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Autistics Process Environments Differently | Neurodiverging Podcast

Today coach Danielle Sullivan discusses the unique processing challenges experienced by autistic individuals and those with sensory processing differences. Neurodivergent people must often manually process environmental data, such as sounds or sensory inputs, whereas neurotypical people are able to automate this process. This can be an added burden for neurodivergent folks. We hope to educate and raise awareness among those who do not have these processing differences, particularly parents of neurodivergent children and folks with neurodivergent partners.

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