neurodiversity

Autistic Adults and Community Based Services

Autistic Adults and Community Based Services

Many Autistic Adults need supportive service to help with day to day self-care. During this episode, I will be talking with Sara Swan the Owner and Founder of Looking Forward Life Coaching. Sara and I will talk together about how difficult obtaining such services is in Minnesota and elsewhere. We will reveal the results of the survey through which Autistic Adults told us of their experiences with applying for s...

Autistic Adults and Social Narratives

Autistic Adults and Social Narratives

Autistic Adults have a lot of challenges with executive functioning, self-care management and dealing with the unexpected. There is one tool that can be very helpful for Autistic Adults to manage their lives and that is social narratives. Eric Ringgenberg the Director of Educational Programs at the Autism Society of Minnesota joins me to talk about what social narratives are and how Autistic Adults can use them...

Autistic Adults: Our Own Brand, Make and Model

Autistic Adults: Our Own Brand, Make and Model

Each autistic adult is unique. Our individual neurology is why every autistic adult has abilities and challenges that differ from other autistic adults. The word for those differences is neurodiversity. My dear friend Robyn DeCourcy talks about the history of neurodiversity and how it brings a greater acceptance of the diversity among people with neurological differences. --- Support this podcast: https://ancho...