Interview with Marissa Davila as a BCBA in ABA telehealth

Did you know there are ABA therapy companies who mainly use telehealth? Meet my first guest in the new year: Marissa Davila is a behavior analyst and founder of Blanton Behavioral Services LLC. She is not like most behavior analysts who run their own ABA therapy company because she mainly provides telehealth for clients onContinue reading “Interview with Marissa Davila as a BCBA in ABA telehealth”

Interview with Kirt Manecke as an author and online course creator

Who knows someone who creates an online course based off a published book? Meet the last guest on “The World of Autism” for 2022: Kirt Manecke is an author of a book that gained a testimonial from Dr. Temple Grandin! Not only that, his published book inspired him to create his own online course toContinue reading “Interview with Kirt Manecke as an author and online course creator”

Self-regluation onto IEPs with Martin Slyngstad

I got a returning guest who wanted to talk about an important topic with our community: Martin Slyngstad is an autistic self advocate who is an author of a book: Chatterbox- My life with Autism. He works full time as a behavior specialist. He returns on “The World of Autism” to share an important messageContinue reading “Self-regluation onto IEPs with Martin Slyngstad”

Interview with Dr. Jennifer Bellotti as a BCBA-D and executive president of FSBA

I am so excited to announce I reached 40 guests in my podcast series on, “The World of Autism”! Over a year now, I had 40 guests featured in my podcast series for the “The World of Autism”. I brought on autistic self-advocates, therapists, teachers, parents, siblings, professionals, etc., come on to share their experiencesContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Jennifer Bellotti as a BCBA-D and executive president of FSBA”

Interview with Merrick Egber as an Autistic board for Florida ASPE and ELS for Autism

When is it important to teach self advocacy skills to autistic people? Its not about the age of the person with autism to teach self advocacy skills. It is more important to teach them these skills when autisitc people many skills mastered or improved on, such as communication and social skills. All of these skillsContinue reading “Interview with Merrick Egber as an Autistic board for Florida ASPE and ELS for Autism”

Interview with Sam Mitchell as an autistic podcaster and entrepreneur

How many of you have heard of podcasts talking about autism? Podcasts about autism have been growing more than ever before. Podcasts are being created and hosted by parents of autistic children, therapists who work with autistic people, teachers, and autistic self advocates. It is truly amazing! Now get ready for a new guest inContinue reading “Interview with Sam Mitchell as an autistic podcaster and entrepreneur”

Interview with Michael Gilberg as an autistic special education lawyer

Did you know students with disabilities have rights to gain appropriate education? Students with disabilities, like autistic students have rights to appropriate education based on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act. My latest special guest can tell you about these acts and the importance of disabilityContinue reading “Interview with Michael Gilberg as an autistic special education lawyer”

Interview with Michelle Zeman as an autistic BCBA

Did you know more autistic people either are pursing work in the ABA field or already work in the ABA field? Currently, I have been working with an ABA company on the side as I am growing myself in the ABA field. I work alongside with 7 other autistic colleagues, which most of are eitherContinue reading “Interview with Michelle Zeman as an autistic BCBA”

Interview with Corben Heaver as an autistic union advocate

Employment has still been a big issue in the disability community for years. People with autism are more unemployed and working lower wage jobs than people living with other disabilities. Although, there is one guest that I brought on who is advocating for that change as a union advocate. Here is my latest guest inContinue reading “Interview with Corben Heaver as an autistic union advocate”

Interview with Beaver Shriver

Should more companies and places hire people with autism and other disabilities? The obvious answer is yes! Autistic people and people with disabilities offer a lot for companies and work places based on their special interests and abilities. Now let me introduce to you to my next guest as part of the guest interview seriesContinue reading “Interview with Beaver Shriver”