I am a seasoned disability rights advocate. My experience dates back to the time I was in elementary school.
Autistic Reality provides quality advocacy for the disabled population—with an emphasis on autism—based on realistic expectations in today’s society by representing that population in a number of fora, including meetings, dialogues, lobbying, conferences, task forces, endorsements, editorial work, and public speaking endeavors. Autistic Reality also helps others facilitate their work by using photography, social media, events planning, editorial work, and other sundry public relations measures.
Come check the My Services page to see what I have to offer. Charitable and public services, as well as those of not for profits, are free. For private and/or exclusive services, see the My Services page for rates. See the About Me page to learn more about me. Under the About Me tab, see the My Advocacy page, the My Courses page, the My Disabilities page, and the My Publications page to see my experience advocating for people with disabilities, and the lessons that have prepared me for that advocacy in college and in life. Check out the Testimonials page to see what others have to say about my work! Fill out the Contact Me page to drop me a line.
Check back in to this page from time to time. I will be modifying it from time to time and updating my experiences. Take care!
Presenting at the 2013 Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation (MEAF) Annual Conference
Celebrating the 1st Annual UB Diversity in Disability Symposium
With Comedian and Writer Brian Posehn
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