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Hacking Your Brain for Productivity: An Executive Function Coach Shares Her Secrets

Support the show via my Patreon Hey there, struggling with time management, organization, and memory issues? Ever been told to just try harder or get more organized only to feel the frustration and overwhelm of not getting the results you need? It’s time to break free from the cycle of ineffective advice and find real support for your executive function difficulties. Let’s explore a better way to improve your time management, productivity, and emotional well-being. Sound familiar? Michelle Raz…

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Unmasking Autistic Burnout: Spotting the Signs and Steps to Recovery

Uncover the unexpected truth about autistic burnout and its impact on individuals in a revealing conversation with Larissa Minner. Learn how societal changes and individual strategies can prevent burnout and lead to a more inclusive world. Stay tuned to discover the eye-opening insights that challenge what you thought you knew about autism and burnout. Growing up as a neurodivergent individual, Larissa Minner’s journey to understanding autistic burnout was a rollercoaster of misdiagnoses and challenges. From being misunderstood and mistreated due…

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Sliding Scale Model Enables Flexible Neurodiversity Services

“You’re Not Alone” In a world where neurodiversity is often misunderstood, Danielle Sullivan’s journey took an unexpected turn. From a late autism diagnosis to becoming a beacon of support for neurodivergent individuals, her story is one of resilience and empowerment. But the real twist? It’s how she’s changing the narrative around neurodiversity, and the impact it’s having on those seeking understanding and acceptance. Want to know how she’s doing it? Stay tuned for the inspiring I think the most common…

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Unlocking the Secrets of PDA with Donna Henderson

Donna Henderson, a licensed psychologist working with autistic people who have been misunderstood their whole lives, must create an equal and respectful relationship to quell their strong drive for autonomy, an otherwise overwhelming need that leads to exhausting meltdowns and obsessive behavior.   “PDA is so much more than just avoiding demands. So let’s start by renaming it. So I love Tomlin Wilding’s reimagination of PDA as pervasive drive for autonomy. Because that’s really what this is. These people are…

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Autism and Media

Welcome to another episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. Today I am talking with Danielle Sullivan, an Autism mom and having Autism herself. In todays show we talk about about Autism in Media and the way the media has portrayed those of us who are Autistic. We talk about about TV and movies. We talk about how we think the movie Rainman has only showed one side of the spectrum and how it has tainted the view on Autism, we…

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