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The ADA and Me

This year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the life changing and monumental legislation. This has been su... read more

25 Jul 2020

Guest Blog

Technology At Its Finest

From my perspective, communication devices helped to shape society's view of me.  Not responding instantly to ... read more

16 Jul 2020

Jason's View

"I Can't Believe You Have Autism": The Compliment That Isn't

I have talked a bit before here in our magazine about disclosing your disability. The thing that I think you most think ... read more

01 Jul 2015

Jason's View

Look at my Assets: Re "seeing" people

The United States of America has a great legacy of individualism. How many times have you heard about someone pulling th... read more

28 Dec 2016

Jason's View

Why Experiences Like Mine Show We Need More Than Autism Awareness

My experiences and that of many other Autistics show why awareness is no where near enough. I became aware, but it did n... read more

29 Apr 2020

Jason's View

Moving Forward From Autism Awareness, Acceptance, Empowerment And Advocacy To Include Autistic Pride

Autism Awareness Month should be more than the acknowledgment of a diagnosis, but rather a focus on Autistic Identity an... read more

02 Apr 2020

Jason's View

Don't Just Be "Aware" Of Autism

Live the real lesson of Autism Awareness Month. Be aware of Autistic people: of our skills, the ways we can co... read more

08 May 2019

Jason's View

Autism and Identity. Disability-first or Person-first Language

It’s really not about one versus the other. They both are about empowerment and seeing the person for who they are... read more

18 Apr 2019

Guest Blog

Help Needed, Please

Some experiences have taught me that there is a balance between independence and the necessity of a helping hand. read more

20 Feb 2020