In this session Lyric Holmans (they/them; AKA NeuroDivergent Rebel) presents for 30 minutes on Making the Workplace more Neurodivergent friendly, and then takes questions and discusses this topic with Chloe (she/her) and David (he/him). Continue reading Making the Workplace more Neurodivergent Friendly: Lyric Holmans with Chloe & David
The name of the series is Neurodivergence: Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams, and I’m really excited about it because she has got together some really cool influencers (including me!!) in this space and they are going to be answering a lot of your questions about how to really improve your self worth and up your confidence and self love game so that you can start living the life that you really want to live. Continue reading Neurodivergence: Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams
You ask, what is your favorite thing about being Autistic? I’ll tell you mine – please tell me YOURS? Continue reading Autism Positivity – My Favorite Things About Being Autistic
Join us for this FREE event – hosted by Autistic people. This Friday, April 30th. Continue reading The Actually Autistic Roundtable – This Friday, April 30, 2021
You see something’s broken (like many of our society’s systems are) and you may even take note of some the problems you have become AWARE of within the faulty system. You are now aware BUT awareness only goes so far. Continue reading Moving Beyond Awareness, Working Toward Autistic Acceptance, Empowerment, & Inclusion
FREE PANEL: Autism on the Job: Navigating Neurodiversity in the Workplace
Thursday, April 22nd at 7:00pm ET/6pm CST Continue reading Free Virtual Panel – Navigating Neurodiversity in the Workplace – Hosted by Different Brains
My childhood best friend reminded me of this, when she shared her thoughts about why, when I disclosed the fact that I was Autistic, she said ” that made everything make sense. – I remember when you were younger and you couldn’t do anything, but now I’ve seen you evolve into a totally new person. Who is able to do just about anything they set their mind to. It’s been wonderful to see you grow and evolve over the years.” Continue reading Rethinking the Way We Describe Autistic People – From Problems to Possibilities
Meet Lani – recently Lani invited me to have a conversation for her internet show NeuroDivergent Girls. Lani describes herself as a “NeuroDivergent chick that wants to help you connect and understand the complexities of our world.” Lani was diagnosed … Continue reading NeuroDivergent Girls – Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams
Hey, internet humans, NeuroRebel here, and this week, we’re talking about auditory processing differences, sometimes referred to as auditory processing disorder and what it’s like for your brain not to process the things you’re hearing correctly. So if you’re interested at all in what this is like stay tuned. Continue reading Autism & Auditory Processing – My Autistic Experience
Hey everyone. NeuroRebel here. This week is a listener requested topic.
You ask, “What was it like growing up undiscovered, undiagnosed, not knowing that you are Autistic or Neurodivergent?”
Not knowing that I was Autistic, had a very big impact on my life and my experience growing up. I was very aware that I was different, but I didn’t have the vocabulary or an explanation for why or what made me different.
This week, I’m going to share my experience. If you’d like to know a little bit more, please stay tuned. Continue reading You Asked: What Was it Like Growing up Not Knowing You Were Autistic?