On the Choir and a Neurodiverse Future
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2y ago
Nicole discussing the idea behind the choir, and her views on neurodiversity ..read more
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Why It's Important to Have Neurodiversity in Leadership
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
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2y ago
Nicole discussing the importance of having neurodiversity in leadership roles ..read more
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Alternative Ways of Making Friends at University: Tips for Neurodiverse Students Attending University​
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
by neurodiversitynow
2y ago
How can neurodivergent students form social connections at university? This episode is all about the ways you can form connections with fellow students, even when 'joining social clubs' just doesn't work. Cue the Harry Potter references! University is the perfect ‘mountain troll’ because it is designed  to push students to the limits and it can be immensely stressful and  isolating, but also rewarding and empowering. Every student is  experiencing this, so allow yourself to experience it alongside them. Episode in article form: https://maydayclub.ca/2021/09/26/making-friends-at ..read more
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Ten Reasons Not to Call Adults With Intellectual Disabilities 'Buddy'
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
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2y ago
Every human being deserves to be treated with equal dignity and respect. Part of that respect is being spoken to in an age appropriate way using age-appropriate pronouns. By choosing to call an intellectually disabled adult sir instead of buddy, you are marking him as an equal and showing both him and the people around you that you respect him. This may seem like a subtle and inconsequential request: to stop using the nickname buddy towards adults with ID. But by becoming more aware of the terminology you use in everyday conversations, you are becoming part of a growing revolution of respect a ..read more
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Sabrina's Story
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
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2y ago
Listen now to hear the story of Sabrina Ettagiak - a young Inuit woman who has overcome homelessness and mental health challenges throughout her life ..read more
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Prader-Willi Syndrome and How it Impacts those Affected by It
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
by neurodiversitynow
2y ago
Nicole interviews various adults living with Prater-Willi Syndrome (PWS). Special guests include Sarah Meston and Amanda Robinson. Thanks to Sarah from Abbotsford, Scarlet from Abbotsford, and Riley from Richmond for co-hosting today's show :D ..read more
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Checking In: Life During the Pandemic
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
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2y ago
Neurodiverse teens, kids, and adults - and members of the Mayday Club Youth Choir - discuss their views on the pandemic restrictions, vaccinations, and what they are looking forward to after the end of the pandemic.  As always, the episodes are uncensored, raw, and laced with humor and authenticity.  On behalf of all of us, thanks for tuning in ..read more
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"Ask a Neurotypical" Hosted by ADHD Coach Dusty Chipura
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
by neurodiversitynow
2y ago
We are kicking off our second season with a hilariously entertaining episode hosted by #DustyChipura! Dusty is a neurodiverse adult, an ADHD Coach, musician, writer, blogger, vlogger, creator and mom - we are SO excited to have her on board. Tune in to listen to her inaugural episode of "Ask a Neurotypical ..read more
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Breaking Boundaries in the Rock Music Industry: Reynols Part 2
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
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2y ago
The Argentinian band "Reynols" started in 1993 in Buenos Aires and is famous amongst many things for its unique Down syndrome drummer/vocalist, who is the band's spiritual architect. Reynols is also known for its musical diversity, which spans everything from cosmic free rock and lo-fi drone electronic music, to conceptual sound art and social/political/esoteric observations ..read more
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Breaking Boundaries in the Rock Music Industry: Reynols Part 1
Mayday: Neurodiversity Now!
by neurodiversitynow
2y ago
The Argentinian band "Reynols" started in 1993 in Buenos Aires and is famous amongst many things for its unique Down syndrome drummer/vocalist, who is the band's spiritual architect. Reynols is also known for its musical diversity, which spans everything from cosmic free rock and lo-fi drone electronic music, to conceptual sound art and social/political/esoteric observations ..read more
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