Interview with Albert Jersey on Employment, Netflix show “Love on the Spectrum”, and friendships

Albert Jersey is an Autism self-advocate who works as a project coordinator for Charles River laboratories. Albert graduated from Worcester State University majoring in business administration. When not working, his hobbies are gardening, hiking, learning a new language, reading, journaling, poetry, meditating, working out, and playing sports. To see the interview I did with Albert,Continue reading “Interview with Albert Jersey on Employment, Netflix show “Love on the Spectrum”, and friendships”

Interview with Rachel Barcellona about Disability Advocacy, Board Member of several disability organizations, and Beauty Pageants

Rachel Barcellona is a well-known, Autistic advocate who advocates for people with disabilities. She has a project called, “Ability Beyond Disability” and the mission of the project is to help individuals living with disabilities see themselves beyond their diagnosed disability/disabilities and to encourage them about accomplishing anything. She is a model and has competed inContinue reading “Interview with Rachel Barcellona about Disability Advocacy, Board Member of several disability organizations, and Beauty Pageants”

Interview with Mary Nixonhahn about parenting children with Autism, an Author, and employment

Mrs. Mary Nixonhahn is a parent who lives with Autism and all three of her children live with Autism. She advocates not just for herself, but for all three of her children and for individuals living with disabilities too. To learn more about Mary, check out the interview here: If you listened in to theContinue reading “Interview with Mary Nixonhahn about parenting children with Autism, an Author, and employment”

Interview with George Bostory on Special Dragons Karate School and Special Education

Mr. George Bostory shares in this guest interview about the karate school, “Special Dragons”. This karate school was created by him and many other special education teachers. Mr. George Bostory is a black belt himself! How amazing is that!? He provides students with disabilities opportunities to learn karate, based on the students’ needs and levels.Continue reading “Interview with George Bostory on Special Dragons Karate School and Special Education”

Interview with Ryan Litchfield about Autism and Epilepsy, Blogger of “Ryan’s Voice”, and Autism Peer Specialist

Ryan Litchfield is a disability and health advocate who has grown up with Autism and Epilepsy. He blogs about himself through his own blog, “Ryan’s Voice”. Recently, he has been providing guest interviews to have friends be featured on his blog! That is awesome! Ryan’s main job is being an Autism Peer Specialist. I amContinue reading “Interview with Ryan Litchfield about Autism and Epilepsy, Blogger of “Ryan’s Voice”, and Autism Peer Specialist”

Interview with David Sharif about Autism Global Advocate, Autism Global Project, and Employment

David Sharif demonstrates being an Autism Global Advocate through his longest interest of traveling and his experiences as a keynote speaker. There is more to this that makes David an Autism Global Advocate, including his plans on being more involved in the Autism Global Project organization. Watch the interview with David to learn more aboutContinue reading “Interview with David Sharif about Autism Global Advocate, Autism Global Project, and Employment”

Interview with Janice Nathan about Speech-Language therapy and neurodiversity

Mrs. Janice Nathan is a speech-language pathologist and is a neurodivergent. She has been working as a speech-language pathologist for many years, including through her own private practice. To learn more about her and her work, check out the interview I did with her:

Interview with Russell Cross about Self-Advocacy, Autism and Genetics, and Employment

You are all in for a special treat to kick off October! Russell Cross is an Autism self-advocate and was my first international guest outside of the U.S.A! Check out the interview I did with Russell here:

Individualized Education Plan (IEP)

Throughout my school years, I always had an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). I even attended my my Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings throughout my school years. Now, as a paraprofessional for elementary school students with Autism, I became my students’ advocate, and I am working with my sudents to accomplish their goals in school. ThisContinue reading “Individualized Education Plan (IEP)”

Interview with Justin Moehn about self-advocacy and public speaker for law enforcement

Justin Moehn shares his experiences being a self-advocate and his actions of educating law enforcement about Autism. Come check out the interview I did with him here: