TV shows and movies starring autistic people

Did you know more autistic people are working in the entertainment industry? The entertainment industry has been working on including autistic people as actors and actresses in TV shows and movies. It is still a work in progress, but the entertainment industry has been improving when it comes to starring autistic people in TV showsContinue reading “TV shows and movies starring autistic people”

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”

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”

Aidan Allman-Cooper

This guest story is by Aidan Allman-Cooper, a young man on the Autism spectrum from New Jersey! He is the founder and chairman of his own special education organization called, “Special Education Committee of Advocates”. When he is not working in his special education organization, he is an instructional paraprofessional in a private school. HeContinue reading “Aidan Allman-Cooper”

Book Review: Rules by Cynthia Lord

What does this book make you think of? The book title can explain itself, but its more than just about that. The perspective in this book comes from a neurotypical person having a sibling living with Autism; The sister’s name is Catherine, whose perspective is told from in this book, and her brother’s name isContinue reading “Book Review: Rules by Cynthia Lord”