1 hr 10 min

69. New Perspectives on Neurodivergence w/ Marni Kammersell Radical Learning Talks

    • Self-Improvement

Marni Kammersell is a neurodivergent parent to three neurodivergent children and passionate about a lot of things, including the neurodiversity paradigm, self-directed education and non-coercive relationships.

As a neurodiversity educator, Marni specializes in supporting parents and families in understanding experience through the lens of the nervous system.

This unusual and thought provoking conversation takes many turns, through disabilities & ableism, nervous systems and diagnosis, leading us into asking some really important questions:

Who would we be if we hadn’t learned to fit into a mold? What could that look like? Would neurodivergence not be such a stigma if we all had more wiggle room to show up as our authentic selves? And what does “neurotypical” really mean?

Join us as we explore these questions and more!

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You can find Marni’s work and contact her here:
https://wanderingbrightly.com/about/

Additional Resources
Neuroqueer Heresies by Nick Walker
We're All Neurodiverse by Sonny Jane Wise
Raising Kids with Big, Baffling Behaviors by Robyn Gobbel
A Different Way to Learn by Naomi Fisher
Demystifying Disability by Emily Ladau
Disability Visibility by Alice Wong (Editor)

Marni Kammersell is a neurodivergent parent to three neurodivergent children and passionate about a lot of things, including the neurodiversity paradigm, self-directed education and non-coercive relationships.

As a neurodiversity educator, Marni specializes in supporting parents and families in understanding experience through the lens of the nervous system.

This unusual and thought provoking conversation takes many turns, through disabilities & ableism, nervous systems and diagnosis, leading us into asking some really important questions:

Who would we be if we hadn’t learned to fit into a mold? What could that look like? Would neurodivergence not be such a stigma if we all had more wiggle room to show up as our authentic selves? And what does “neurotypical” really mean?

Join us as we explore these questions and more!

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You can find Marni’s work and contact her here:
https://wanderingbrightly.com/about/

Additional Resources
Neuroqueer Heresies by Nick Walker
We're All Neurodiverse by Sonny Jane Wise
Raising Kids with Big, Baffling Behaviors by Robyn Gobbel
A Different Way to Learn by Naomi Fisher
Demystifying Disability by Emily Ladau
Disability Visibility by Alice Wong (Editor)

1 hr 10 min