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Feb. 1, 2023

Dyspraxia and Coaching

My guest today is a sales and marketing supremo. He actually worked at food brands like cabarets and innocent drinks which I can't wait to kind of dive into a bit later on. And one kind of area that I feel is underserved when nd discussions come around is dyspraxia.…

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Feb. 1, 2023

Giggle Fest and ND Art

My guest today is one I've been excited to talk to for quite some time as the founder of Sensory Gated Art. If there's one thing I'm a sucker for, it's art. I collect art I love. I really appreciate it, and I am beyond belief. Welcome to the show,…

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Jan. 30, 2023

Late Diagnosis in Women

I've got a wonderful guest with me today and what the conversation's gonna center on for this episode is late diagnoses. Particularly whenever we have episodes of the Neurodiversity Gold Podcast it's very clear to see that diagnoses can come late or even not at. For anybody who's not a…

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Jan. 30, 2023

Spiritual Enlightenment

This week's episode is a guest episode. We're here to talk about something a bit different. It's just a hashtag, just saying that whenever you look at arenas like LinkedIn, the conversation is all very much the same. It's the same topics, it's the same things, and it's a lot…

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For this series, a long-term friend of N T I, an autistic expert by experience, is a training and development provider. David has provided training for NTI on many occasions to create a claim. He offers professional one-to-one support, autism needs assessor, a blogger advocate, a post-grad student, an OAMT…

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So today I've developed a guest episode and I am joined today by an ADHD trainer all around. A good guy. He runs his own consultancy and training business called Think Neurodiversity. I'd love to welcome you to the show, Matt Gupwell.

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Jan. 24, 2023

The Octopus Movement

We're here today with another brilliant podcast and you can stream. Anywhere where you get your podcast, make sure you leave your reviews, like subscribe, all those kinda self-serving plugs here. Today is another international speaker. It's been featured in Forbes Magazine as a founder and CEO but we'll get…

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Jan. 23, 2023

COVID and Neurodiversity

For today's episode, my guest and I will hopefully be able to have a good, meaty conversation about Covid 19. It's something that we've a avoided on the podcast for the last couple of years, and I think the time has come now to really look back on it and…

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My guest today write kick ass CVs that get interviews for leaders. She's not just a mother with ADHD, she's an autistic AF mother with ADHD. A writer, author CV course creator, ice cream and pull addict. As she said, There's no secret apart from consistently posting for about three…

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Jan. 19, 2023

Inclusive Change

I'm delighted to have another guest episode today. She is the founder of Inclusive Change, community interest company based in Bristol who are piloting their own neurodiversity work experience program. We have a, a lot of these on the show. I know we had this last week, but because I…

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There's another topic that I've always wanted to not only learn more about. I have somebody on the show that can share the knowledge and ND learning styles and learning journeys, because the way it kinda sits, and this is on a global scale, is that if neurotypical society loves…

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Jan. 18, 2023

Drone Piloting Passions

Here today is another brilliant. We will discuss the neurodiversity called a podcast. Workplaces getting into building kind of like ND workforces and everything else. And to be honest, a lot of kinds of systems and services sound very much the same. Whenever the neurodiversity market kind of exploded into…

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Today, I'd like to talk about additional support for autistic people, their families, and organizations because, despite our partnership with RTN Mental Health Solutions, there is a diagnostic process on our website that has a quick turnaround and is less expensive: neurodiversity-training.net. However, I should mention that obtaining pre and…

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I'm delighted to welcome a real family man and a coach who's actually having a really big impact on local schools, Mr. Shane Sale. He admitted that being honest is probably one of the most difficult things we've had to strive for in life. It's very difficult to detect autism,…

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Jan. 16, 2023

ND Christian Couples

My guests today are one of the partner couples of the MD stratosphere. Basically what they've done is they've worked in their marriage to leverage differences, neuro differences, and skillsets to complete each other through their weaknesses and celebrate each other's strengths. They hope to help other MD couples and…

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Will discuss their perspectives on whether people are neurodistinct or neurodivergent with my two guests today, Dr.Timothy Goldstein and Dr. Lutza Ireland. As we say, autistic are great by themselves. It's when you put the neurotypical in the mix. As Dr. Lutza said, what is happening is that autism has…

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My guess today is on a crusade and a mission to change that in this world we neuro divergence have to try to fit into somehow through their own business. Here’s Sydney Elaine Butler.

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Jen started being involved with autistic children when she was coming out of high school, and she just was really drawn to working with them and ended up becoming a parent consultant. So for about 20 years, she would go into the home and help parents with their kids that…

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Jude is joined by Liz McDonough and her troupe of comedy improv students - all of whom are Neurodivergent and Showcasing their confidence and performing mastery to the world!

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A recording of the launch of The Ghosts of Riots Past: The Troubled Conflict in Derry Through The Eyes of A Volunteer First Aider Jude Morrow discusses his new novel focusing on the Free Derry (1969-1972) Teenage First Aid Workers - The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps, or 'The Knights…

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Listen up! We are only 24h away from show time! If you are seeking answers about autism, are fearful for the future, and overwhelmed - THIS EXPO will give you the answers.

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Diagnostic assessments for children and adults, completed online by HCPC registered psychologists, registered with the British Psychology Society (BPS), and recognised by the NHS. All assessments adhere to NICE Guidelines and suitable for anyone over 7 years old.

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New York City Autism, Tech, Innovation and Careers Expo 2022 - at the High School of Art and Design, New York City on October 22nd. Sponsored by Kyndryl and Go Manda - and featuring exhibitors, international speakers, and guidance on alternative and strengths-based supports for autistic people young and old.

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The seven reasons parents and their autistic children disconnect, follow this link for a free Masterclass on how you can be a hero for your autistic children! https://www.neurodiversity-training.net/pl/2147559662

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