Show Notes

Discover what’s possible when community deepens understanding. 

Do you find social situations difficult to navigate? Have you ever been confused when trying to to engage in a conversation?

Whether you’re autistic or not, you’ll want to listen to this episode, which is part 2 of my conversation with Eren Niederhoffer. He talks about how he’s created networking events to help autistic and non-autistic people understand each other better.

Eren Niederhoffer is an Autistic Self-Advocate, community networker, and public speaker. 

In this conversation, among other things, we discuss:

  • Useful Communication strategies for autistic people

  • Some of Eren’s rules for social events

  • How learning about friendships can help you learn about romantic relationships

  • The need to replicate Eren’s community model with young children

  • Tips for autistic and non-autistic people about how they can learn from each other 

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