Interview with Scott Norman Rosenthal on self-advocacy and other important topics in the community (Part 2)

Are you ready for part two of Scott Norman Rosenthal’s guest interview!? In this part of the guest interview, Scott shares a little more about his experiences growing up on the Autism spectrum and other important topics in the community. Here is part 2 of the guest interview with Scott here:

Interview with Scott Norman Rosenthal on self-advocacy and other important topics in the community

Scott Rosenthal lives a marginal life. He was not allowed to finish the 9th Grade. He was forced to move to rural Vermont, in order to find affordable housing. To learn more about Scott, watch the interview here:

Interview with Andrew Maggio on self-advocacy, public speaking, friendship, and inclusion

Growing up with Autism was not an easy task for Andrew Maggio. There were obstacles that he had to face, some without choices. With help from his support system, he became the person he is today. To learn more about Andrew, come check out the interview here:

Interview with Cassidy Hooper on self-advocacy and employment

Cassidy Hooper is an Autistic and Turner Syndrome self-advocate from Northeast Mississippi. She is a young adult on the autism spectrum and lives with a rare genetic condition called “Turner Syndrome”. She was diagnosed with Autism around 17 years old and was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 9 days old, just a little after birth.Continue reading “Interview with Cassidy Hooper on self-advocacy and employment”

Interview with Steven Cohen about self-advocacy, inclusion, and employment

Steven Cohen is a 32 year old adult with ASD and co-morbidities. He is utilizing his past experiences to create a better experience for his generation and the generation after his in Nevada. To learn more about Steven, check out the interview here:

Interview with Sue Abramowski about self-advocacy and Human Services field

Sue Abramowski is an autistic self advocate who works in the human services field. She currently holds three positions: She assists others who are autistic, who have developmental disabilities, or who have mental health diagnoses. She truly is a hardworking woman! In her free time, Sue is a gamer and enjoys tinkering with her AndroidContinue reading “Interview with Sue Abramowski about self-advocacy and Human Services field”

Interview with Nicole Endersby about Special Needs Photography business and “A Special Life” Podcast

Mrs. Nicole Endersby is a mom of three boys. Two of her boys have Autism and one has ADHD. She resides living in Texas where she and her husband have a media company called Endersby Productions. A big part of their company is giving back to the disability community through a program they call theirContinue reading “Interview with Nicole Endersby about Special Needs Photography business and “A Special Life” Podcast”

Interview with Taylor Duncan about Alternative Baseball Organization

Taylor Duncan is the CEO of Alternative Baseball, and he lives with Autism. Because of Taylor’s special interest in Baseball, Alternative Baseball Organization was created and provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to play Baseball. To learn more about Taylor and his Alternative Baseball Organization, check out the interview here: To learn more about AlternativeContinue reading “Interview with Taylor Duncan about Alternative Baseball Organization”

Interview with Andrew Bennett about Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) and Global Autism Project

Andrew Bennett is a self-advocate who mainly works as a Behavioral Registered Technician (RBT). Also, he is very involved with the Global Autism Project. To learn more about Andrew, check out the interview I did with him here: Also, check out some podcasts and keynote speeches Andrew has already done here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-knows-no-borders/id1509574383?i=1000473024529 Finally, to supportContinue reading “Interview with Andrew Bennett about Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) and Global Autism Project”

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”

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