Neuro Rainbow Cast with Autisticly Aar
The Variety D Interview: Part Two
Comedian Variety D chats to Autisticly Aar about her experiences as a black disabled comedian in Britain, about her epilepsy, ADHD and autistic brothers.
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The Tiffany Nelson Interview01:22:50Trainee educational psychologist and former assistant SENDCO in a English primary school Tiffany Nelson joins Autisticly Aar to chat about the state of education in schools in UK
The Athina Spann Interview01:08:46Autisticly Aar welcomes Athina Spann to the podcast for a collaboration episode with Athina's podcast 'Let's Talk Disability' where we talk life with autism and dyspraxia.You can watch this episode on Youtube and Facebook Watch;Subscribe on Youtube: https://youtube.com/@RainbowcastPlayer?si=-p_OgF415LUW4alsupport the podcast:https://ko-fi.com/neurorainbowproject
The Harriet Kemsley Interview: Archive Special49:39Harriet Kemsley earlier this year joined Autisticly Aar to chat about her dyspraxia diagnoses and career in comedyYou can now simultaneously watch the releases of the podcast on Facebook Watch and YouTube as it goes out on acast supported platforms.Watch on YouTube:https://youtu.be/dYF2kfEufuMsupport the pod: https://ko-fi.com/neurorainbowproject
The Holly Sprake-Hill Interview01:42:42In this interview of the Neuro Rainbow Cast with Autisticly Aar. Aar chats to neurodivergent affirming British child occupational therapist Holly Sprake-Hill about her work as an occupational therapist, parenting autistic children and what is special education has been like for her child. We also talk about her own diagnoses of dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and ADHD.
The Ciara McCarthy Interview01:11:37Ciara McCarthy (She/They) discusses her experiences as a deaf autistic person who has Cerebral Palsy and her activism and advocacy work encouraging other young people to be politically active and furthering the cause for disability education and inclusive education for disabled people.
The Emily Price Interview01:25:44Autistic speech and language therapist Emily Price (She/Her) discusses her profession as a speech and language therapist, the communicative differences of neurodivergent people and what use does speech and language therapy have for neurodivergent people. She also discussed her autism diagnoses that came after she qualified as a speech and language experience and talks of her own diagnoses. Emily speaks clear of her privilege and position in her field never having been referred to such therapies herself after late discovery of being neurodivergent whilst she provides training and indirect support and advocacy work for those who work with neurodivergent people and provides supervision and training for those in her field. She highlights whilst she receives requests of autistic parents and guardians and support her work is focused and working with autistic/neurodivergent adults and providing indirect support and not specialising on the therapies tailored to younger service users under the age of 10.CW: Mild minor references to body dysmorphia and eating disorders. Helpful services for action, advice and support can be found on www.neurorainbowproject.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter:@NeuroRainbowUKFB//IG/TT:@NeurorainbowprojectHost: Aar Jae Williams
The Leena Sarah Farhat Interview01:02:30Leena Sarah Farhat (She/They) chats to Autisticly Aar about her diagnoses of autism, about how they masked and how people underestimate the talents of Autistic people sharing the unique skills and advantages to focused interests to autistic community and relationships.
The Rachel Winder Interview Two01:05:41Rachel Winder (She/Her) returns to chat to Autisticly Aar about her campaign and petition for the British government to introduce a statutory regulator and governing body to improve the care and interventions that autistic people are faced with. When national scandals and trauma stories of abuse continue to be told. She answers what it would mean to fix regulation were it fails to be regulated and the needed checks and balances and easy to access support where there isn't. Answering her one thing to make things better for neurodivergent peopleRachel's Social Media:@auticulate (Twitter and TikTok)Neuro Rainbow Project's Social Media: @neurorainbowproject (Facebook/Instagram/TikTok and YouTube) @NeuroRainbowUk on twitter Email: email@example.comView the petition: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/637183Podcast Host and Producer: Aaron J Williams, Aaron Audio Production for Neuro Rainbow Project