National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. It is so important to ensure people with disabilities have access to jobs, so they make a living and succeed in life like everyone else in the world. Here are ways employers can hire more people with disabilities and ways to create more inclusive work environments: Provide jobContinue reading “National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021”

4th of July

This year’s 4th of July is coming back to how we used to celebrate 4th of July. From watching fireworks to having BBQ parties, it is a fun holiday. Although, this holiday is one of the many holidays that can be hard for Autistics, due to social interactions and/or sensory sensitivity. When it came toContinue reading “4th of July”

Life in the Middle

A well-known concern from families is about having more kids after finding out their child was diagnosed with Autism. The answer to the question is that siblings are your Autistic child’s best friends for life. I know because I am the only one out of four that is Autistic in my family. I share beingContinue reading “Life in the Middle”

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!”

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”

New year with strong start

I am so thankful for everyone that came on as a guest on my blog last year. It truly benefited the community so much, and I will make sure to continue providing guest stories and recording guest interviews real soon. In this blog story, I decided to share some personal insights about what has beenContinue reading “New year with strong start”

Interviewed by Mark Fleming

Back in July 2020, Mark Fleming, president of Equally Fit, interviewed me on his brand new YouTube series, Equally Heard. Equally Heard is about interviews from individuals living with Autism, sharing their own life stories and experiences. Check Mark’s interview with me as his first guest here:

This Is Autism

I am beyond proud and excited to share about being in a published book called, “This Is Autism”! The book provides various perspectives, including my own, about living with Autism. The book was published by Ms. Jessica Leichtweisz, CEO of Hope Education Services, and Aidan Allman-Cooper, Founder and Chairman of Special Education Committee of AdvocatesContinue reading “This Is Autism”

First Year as a Paraprofessional down!

Wow, I cannot believe how fast my first school year as a Paraprofessional flew by so fast! I will be honest and say it has been a crazy start to my career. Right before I started in the school I was working in for the school district, I already get told I would be workingContinue reading “First Year as a Paraprofessional down!”

Autistic child “REHOMED” to a new family after adoption

A child named Huxley, who is 4 and 1/2 years old and lives with Autism, was “rehomed” to a new family after being adopted to Myka Stauffer and her husband. Huxley was adopted from China and was part of the Stauffer family since he was 2 and 1/2 years old. The Stuaffers did not expectContinue reading “Autistic child “REHOMED” to a new family after adoption”