Online college education for Autistic students

As graduation season is approaching and already occurred in some places around the country, Autistics students in high school are getting ready to begin a new journey. Today, there are so many routes Autistics can take for their college education. The most important tip to remember is to choose based on strengths and format ofContinue reading “Online college education for Autistic students”

The importance of Literacy

Growing up, I struggled with reading comprehension. My language development took so much longer that my comprehension was not always great. I grew over the years by reading books I’m interested in, getting extra support in literacy during my school years, and practicing my reading comprehension skills in workbooks. Here are a few important tipsContinue reading “The importance of Literacy”

Autistic YouTubers

There are so many YouTubers on the Autism spectrum that have their own channel to promote, educate, and advocate for people on the Autism spectrum and for people with other disabilities. Here are some channels to check out that I have watched myself: The Aspie World: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheAspieWorld Tips 4 Inclusion: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxRAvrg43SfeQH5EsXI4mrg Jesse Saperstein: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCypJuEygdud2PEzMRfrs0-w PurpleContinue reading “Autistic YouTubers”

Children’s Book about Autism and Friendships

Friendships are so important because friends love and accept you as you. As an Autistic paraprofessional who works with elementary school students with disabilities in various classroom settings, it is important to teach peers in the classroom about Autism. Also, it is important to teach peers in the classroom about being a friend to anyone,Continue reading “Children’s Book about Autism and Friendships”

Employment

In the world today, we still face an issue about Autistic adults gaining employment, especially for a dream career. A lot has to do with the balance between level of education and work/volunteer experiences. No matter what, workplaces should be focusing on the individual themselves, especially for their talents and strengths that are already partContinue reading “Employment”

100th Blog Post and Blog Anniversary!

Today is a big day for the blog, “The World of Autism”! I celebrate 100 blog publications now, and its the blog’s 2 year anniversary! Want to know how the blog was created!? The blog was first created back in spring of 2019. I was thinking of ideas for my social media class when IContinue reading “100th Blog Post and Blog Anniversary!”

Autism Month

Every April is Autism month. Although, everyday is journey for all Autistics. Over the years, the community has been pushing for the world to go from awareness to acceptance and advocacy. Acceptance becomes more than just awareness and appreciation because it becomes everyday living. People learn to embrace others with no judgements. Also, people learnContinue reading “Autism Month”

Poem #2: “The Malingerer Goes to the Movies”

The poetry collection series continues here on, “The World of Autism”, by collaborating with another self-advocate from the community, Scott Norman Rosenthal! He was a guest on the blog. Scott Norman grew up writing poetry, and he wanted to share some of his own poems here. The 2nd poem in the series is by ScottContinue reading “Poem #2: “The Malingerer Goes to the Movies””

My biggest change: new life in Florida

After almost 20 years of living in New Jersey, my family and I moved to Florida in mid-March of 2021. I experienced ups and downs with this change. I was stubborn and stressed out by the amount of cleaning I did for my old house, inorder to keep it clean and maintained, and the amountContinue reading “My biggest change: new life in Florida”

Poem #1: “What do feelings look like?”

Huge news as we get ready for Autism Awareness month!! A poetry series collection is starting here on “The World Of Autism” by collaborating with Mike McDonald, who was one of my guests featured on my blog. Mike McDonald is a young adult on the Autism spectrum, and one of his special interests is poetry.Continue reading “Poem #1: “What do feelings look like?””