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:

Interview with Ronald Kerns about Graphic Design, Employment and Diversity/Inclusion advocacy

Ronald Kerns shares how much he grew as a graphic designer by starting off as an Autism diversity/Inclusion advocate. Watch the interview with Ronald Kerns here:

Jesse Saperstein

Jesse Saperstein is a young man who lives with Asperger’s Syndrome, which is part of the Autism Spectrum. Jesse is an Autism and Anti-Bullying advocate. He performs keynote and motivational speeches about living with Asperger’s Syndrome and other various topics across the country. Plus, he is a best-selling author of these well- known books: Atypical-LifeContinue reading “Jesse Saperstein”

Interview with Jesse Saperstein on Autism/Anti-bullying advocacy and plasma campaign project

Jesse Saperstein truly shows how dedicated he is in the Autism community and all of his work for the plasma campagin. I did an interview with Jesse, so come watch the interview here:

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”

Interview with Rachel Hawkins on Occupational Therapy and Neurodiversity

If you read Rachel Hawkins’s guest blog story last week, she has a lot going for her to become a consultant to promote and increase inclusion and diversity for all kinds of individuals with disabilities in various settings, from schools to work environments. I am so excited to share with everyone a video interview IContinue reading “Interview with Rachel Hawkins on Occupational Therapy and Neurodiversity”