What is it like to find out late in life that you are autistic? The Autistic Woman talks about life experiences and how autistic traits affect her. You'll hear personal stories, opinions about research and the importance of autistic voices. Includes some fun stuff too! This podcast is one of the top 1% most popular shows globally as ranked by Listen Score.
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If you self-diagnosed autism you may wonder if it is valid compared to a professional diagnosis. This episode explores self-diagnosis and why it might be your best choice. more
Some autistics think in pictures and some others may not be able to visualize images. It’s called aphantasia and it’s still being studied to understand whether it’s connected to autism. Learn more here. more
Proprioception is our ability to sense position, location and movement of our bodies. Many autistics may be under-responsive to this sense. Is that you? What does it look like?Support the show more
As a late diagnosed autistic woman who has many questions about my autism that no one seems to have answers for, I feel like this podcast is a wish granted! I have only finished the first season and have learned much about my autism and that makes my life so very much easier. Full of great tips and lots of humour as well.
Concise and easy to digest information. Super helpful as I navigate my recent autism diagnosis
I save every episode after listening to have as a reference. Every episode is invaluable as an autistic person and trying to navigate/ give language to your strengths/ differences
As an adult woman with ASD, diagnosed in adulthood after a lifetime of feeling like a failure, I connect with so many things this host says! It’s very helpful. Thank you!
I felt very uncomfortable with the PDA episode- you acknowledge you have no experience parenting a PDA child yet you very confidently prescribe what not to do, it seems you believe children inherently will exploit parents who negotiate, collaborate or give reasons for their requests/actions and advise against this because the child will grow up and expect to negotiate in unsuitable situations (eg employment). The inference being that parent / child relationship is about maintaining power and con... more
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Meet My Autistic Brain launched 3 years ago and published 112 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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