Subscriber Podcasts

To help our subscribers, we have a variety of Podcasts featuring Nele Muylaert where we talk about her experiences as a woman with Asperger’s Syndrome and some Podcasts to aid teaching training. These principles apply to adult learning as well as child and adolescence learning. To listen to these Podcasts, please login using the form below, or become a subscriber today.

Females and Asperger’s Syndrome – Alis Rowe; Nele Muylaert

Nele Muylaert of The Curly Hair Project talks about her experiences as a woman with Asperger’s Syndrome (high functioning autism).

  • Delayed Emotional Processing
  • Passive Aggressiveness
  • Gender Identity
  • Relationships, Structure and Safety
  • Expectations, Rules and Reasons
  • Shapeshifting
  • High Functioning Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome – the Invisible Condition
  • Passive Dominance
  • Individual Behaviour Theory
  • The Extrovert Aspie
  • Validating Someone’s Feelings
  • 10 Tips when In a Relationship with the Female Aspie
  • 10 Tips when Taking a Female Aspie Out
  • Part 1 – What Not To Say To The Female Aspie
  • Part 2 – What Not To Say To The Female Aspie
  • 10 Tips on How to Make Friends
  • Differences between Shutdowns/Meltdowns
  • Being Human
  • Shutdowns
  • Meltdowns
  • The Importance of a Special Interest
  • Validating Someone’s Feelings Part 2
  • Tips to Help your ASD Loved One After Work
  • First Impressions
  • Change
  • How to Help During a Meltdown

Please click here to download/listen to Podcasts for Everyone


CHP Guidelines for Teaching Adults with ASD in Further Education – Alis Rowe; Nele Muylaert

These podcasts are suitable for teaching training. The principles apply to adult learning as well as child and adolescence learning.

  • Track 1 ASD introduction to the triad of impairments 1) Social communication
    • Track 1b ASD introduction to the triad of impairments 2) Social imagination
    • Track 1c ASD introduction to the triad of impairments 3) Social interaction
  • Track 2 Welcoming a student with ASD at the start of their course
  • Track 3 Communicating with a student with ASD inside the classroom
  • Track 4 Coping with an ASD student inside the classroom
  • Track 5 Difficulties socialising/making friends
  • Track 6 Helping an ASD student to manage their workload independently
  • Track 7 Helping an ASD student prepare for their exams

Please click here to download/listen to Podcasts for Teachers

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