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”

Interview with Martin Slyngstad as an autistic author, college student, and behavior specialist

This month is World Autism Month! As we all know, Autism is a lifelong neurological development disability. Children who live with autism will grow up as adults with autism. It is so important to accept autistic people, so there is more advocacy for autistic people in the world. During World Autism Month, my next guestContinue reading “Interview with Martin Slyngstad as an autistic author, college student, and behavior specialist”

Interview with Antonio Aponte as an autistic marketing specialist/video editor and co-creator of NTICI app

Did you know autistic people have many skills and talents? Autistic people are very driven and dedicated in everything they enjoy. When autistic people work in careers based on their special interests, it takes them far in life. This truly has for this next featured guest: Antonio Aponte is an autistic self advocate who worksContinue reading “Interview with Antonio Aponte as an autistic marketing specialist/video editor and co-creator of NTICI app”

Interview with Kevin Askew and Maribeth Edmunds about safety in schools and technology

Do you think schools are as safe as they used to be? As we know, there has been an increase in regards to in school bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, and suicide rates. Many factors are considered, such as our world’s experience with COVID for a couple of years now. Students with disabilities are the most vulnerableContinue reading “Interview with Kevin Askew and Maribeth Edmunds about safety in schools and technology”

Interview with Ron Sandison about being an author, speaker, and founder of Spectrum Inclusion

Do you know any autistic authors or read books about autism? Today, more autistic people are becoming authors by sharing their own life journeys on the autism spectrum through published books. Many published books by autistic authors have been providing the world a better education about autism as a spectrum full of abilities and challenges.Continue reading “Interview with Ron Sandison about being an author, speaker, and founder of Spectrum Inclusion”

Interview with Kay King about work as a BCBA

What is a BCBA? A BCBA is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who works in various settings and applies principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). BCBAs provide services and interventions to help shape and modify an individual’s behavior. Now that we learned about a BCBA, let me tell you about this guest in the guestContinue reading “Interview with Kay King about work as a BCBA”

Interview with Maribeth Edmunds about parenting an autistic adult, work as a principal, and Eden Autism

Are you a parent who has a child with autism and/or disabilities? Parents learn that it takes a community to impact a child with autism and/or disabilities. Sometimes, they have days that they face a lot of challenges raising their child. Through all of the challenges, parents love their child for who they are andContinue reading “Interview with Maribeth Edmunds about parenting an autistic adult, work as a principal, and Eden Autism”