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Relationship with Time & autism

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Autism, Time, and Space

When it comes to space, we're always separate. When it comes to time, we're always together. Step with me into time and out of space. ---- Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM3foQCmdNo-xrYSRhqBMrg?sub_confirmation=1 ---- Most Recent Video: https://www.youtube.

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Neurodivergent People and Time Perception

As Neurodivergent people, our differences in executive functioning skills such as focus and attention, emotional and impulse control, working memory, planning, and organization can all be linked to our distinct perception of time.

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Attention Regulation: The Difference Between ADHD and Autism (Explaining The Neurodiversity Rainbow)

This video explains in pictures the difference between ADHD and autism and the neurodiversity rainbow.

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Knowing Why: Adult-Diagnosed Autistic People on Life and Autism

What happens when you make it to adulthood before finding out you're autistic? As A.J. Odasso writes in this anthology: “You spend a lot of time wondering what’s wrong without ever knowing why.” This anthology includes essays from a diverse group of adult-diagnosed autistic people.

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Understanding the Neurodivergent Perspective

What’s it like to live in a body and brain that functions differently than the majority of your peers? We are not talking about subtle differences—as always exist between any two minds—but rather those individuals who possess an entire mental processing system that is metaphorically blind to much...

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See the World through Her Asperger Eyes: Wendy Lampen at TEDxDelft

Wendy Lampen works as a lecturer for a university of applied sciences. She got diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome herself. Trained as a teacher in English, History and Ethics she later on worked with adolescents with autism in a school setting.

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Connecting with the Autism Spectrum: How to Talk, How to Listen, and Why You Shouldn’t Call It High-Functioning

For a friend, family member, or coworker with autism, communication can be challenging.

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Clearing Up Some Misconceptions about Neurodiversity

Just because you value neurological differences doesn’t mean you’re denying the reality of disabilities. This piece is in response to another Scientific American article by Simon Baron-Cohen.

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Slow Processing? Try Slow Parenting!

Today, I'm talking about what slow processing speed is, how it’s related to sensory processing disorder (SPD), and how the slow parenting method can support a child who needs some extra time to work through the input she’s receiving.

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ADHD and the Creative with Anaïs Lucia

My guest today is Anaïs Lucia, an ADHD-er who works as an actor, director, filmmaker, stand-up comedian, YouTuber, and host, and is also the host and producer of three podcasts!

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