Autisticly Aar’s NeuroCast
The Mason Milne Interview
This is the first cross-over between Autisticly Aar’s NeuroCast podcast and another podcast. This chat has already been uploaded to Mason’s podcasting outlets and feeds including the video to YouTube titled ‘The Ultimate Podcast Crossover Special’ titled by Mason. I and Mason talk about our experiences of autism with me telling more of my own personal story and his. I chat to him about his diagnoses of chrons disease and autism. We also chat about both of our specific focused interests and life as podcast hosts.
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The Rachel Winder Interview
Rachel Winder (She/Her) chats to Autisticly Aar about her late diagnoses of autism, ADHD. with conversations on having late diagnoses, life for neurodivergent people as a minority group and her recent chat on the BBC's Anti-Social series. She is an influencer content creator on neurodivergent issues which is an avid focused interest of Winder who has studied autism at post graduate level. She shares her experience and expertise with Autisticly Aar.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial Media: @neurorainbowprojectWebsite: https://neurorainbowproject.aarowcreo.comRachel's Blog: https://littlebearinthewood.wixsite.com/littlebearinthewoodRachel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/498626280894827/?ref=shareRachel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/auticulate?lang=en-GBRachel on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@auticulate?lang=enReferenced BBC Podcast:https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001hg00
The Tessa McEnvoy Interview
Tessa McEnvoy She/Her In this interview with myself explores her diagnoses of apraxia, as well as sensory processing disorder, bipolar disorder and autism. On Facebook she has created the 'Apraxia Story' blog, a blog which is where she writes of her diagnoses of apraxia and neurodivergent conditions and her experiences of being an adoptee. In this interview she touches on her experience of an adoptee, which has given her trauma of being gaslit, manipulated and exploited in what she describes as abuse with her adopted family and shares her not so easy challenge of seeking to live a free and independent life in an abled world with such conditions been taken advantage of by others and how it can be hard to self-advocate. Telling of the challenges a person with oral-motor apraxia may have with communicating she shares how it can prove challenges in school and the work place when its all so difficult to advocate for yourself and get the necessary working conditions that she needs with useful advice to give to teachers and employers about the needs of neurodivergent people.You can support Apraxia Story on Patreon;https://www.patreon.com/user?u=43542084&fbclid=IwAR3ZWiCGxbqGO76EgOG018q-Bh6K1IZGKI8_-mBAfTLrlH5ulls-c9SkGP0You can follow Apraxia Story Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/ApraxiaStory
The Jessica Espin Interview
She/Her contains references to self injurious meltdowns and references to the ideation of unaliving ones self.Jess speaks to Autisticly Air about her diagnoses of autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, endometriosis and interstitial cystitis a condition which affects the bladder. She speaks of her late diagnoses and honestly her internalised ableism prior to coming to terms that she is autistic with stereotypes of autism in a patriarchal society proving a barrier of what she thought was autism. She speaks of how in the coronavirus pandemic it has helped peal a layer of the mask of and grow a popular TikTok channel where she shares content about her disabilities, social causes she is passionate and funny videos.