Episode 7 – Work Episode

In this special themed episode, Odai looks at the world of work from an autistic perspective. With stories from Sarah, Savva and Cee, Odai considers what life in a neurotypical workplace is like for an autistic person. Sarah and Odai then interview Cee about their special interest in labour market policy, and life as a civil servant for a government department.

Apologies for the delayed return, it was all Sarah’s fault. She’s very sorry.

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Episode 6 – Magic Hat Episode

In this final episode of 2017, Odai and I mark the season by pulling out our magic hats and playing a game of Secret Hitler with some friends. CW: Some bad language (from Sarah, everyone else kept it together).

Audible Autism will now be going on hiatus until February, we’ve had a blast but we’ve now got a long list of administrative and technical tasks we need to get through so the next batch of episodes learns from the first. Please stay tuned.

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Episode 5 – Robert Court

In this episode of Audible Autism, we have on Dr Robert Court, associate researcher at Edinburgh University. Listen to hear:

  • How Robbie built his social skills through observation.
  • His journey from electrical engineering apprentice to post-doctoral researcher with severe dyslexia.
  • What Robbie thinks of psychological diagnostic tests.
  • Are there autistic dogs?
  • How should we be responding as a community to pre-natal testing for autism?

Next week’s episode will be our last episode before our winter break, if you would like to come on the show when we resume (not just for interview, do you have a special interest? Are you running an event?) please fill out our form here, and we’d love to chat with you.



Episode 3 – How I Organise

In this episode, Sarah explains how she organises herself and the tools she uses.

Show notes:

Getting Things Done by David Allen – newly updated for 2015 to reflect that fact that the internet exists now.

Google Calendar – for events, if you have a Gmail account, you already have a Google Calendar.

Evernote – Note-keeping software, for which the browser clipper Sarah finds particularly useful.

Unroll.me – Automatic email subscription filter, which includes an unsubscribe function.

Simple Sticky Notes – For putting notes on your desktop.