It was an honour to serve as co-founder and member of the Autistic Researchers Committee (ARC) at INSAR. Thank you to the amazing members of the committee for all your hard work in laying down the strong foundations that support all future work of the ARC committee. In January 2020, The International Society for AutismContinue reading “Autistic Researchers Committee”
It was a great honour to work with Dr. Steven Kapp and Dr. Christina Nicolaidis on our capstone presentation for the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) Institute 2021. The theme for our lecture was Autism & Neurodiversity: Intersectionality and Social Justice. The video presentation is available for the next two weeks on the INSARContinue reading
It is a great honour to be working once again with Julie Hamilton in the Leaders in Action program. Since 2005, we have worked together training and coaching leaders in healthcare, government, and education. The Leaders in Action program is an interactive 6-month training program designed to support frontline leaders step into their leadership capacityContinue reading “Leaders in Action 2021”
The Autism Campus Prep was written and developed by a group of us Autistic post-secondary students and graduates together with The Sinneave Family Foundation. The free course covers the following topics: selecting academic programs, understanding how to fully participate in work/social life on campus, and maintaining health and wellness. It is suited for any AutisticContinue reading “Autism Campus Prep Program is live!”
Here is the link to the workshop Judy, Kristen, and I hosted for the City University New York asking if Universal Design is enough. It was a great interactive workshop with breakout sessions. We really learned a lot and had a great time doing it.
Thank you to Free for Life International for the opportunity to talk about autism & vulnerability (30 minutes).
My 6:47 radio interview on the state of autism research can be found by clicking on the picture below and going to April 30th, 2021: Nothing without us (marked below with a star).
Thank you Dena Gassner and Towson University for allowing me to share my story with another wonderful class of upcoming teachers. I wish you all the best in your educational trajectory and your careers.
I am humbled and honoured to be nominated for the George L. Geis Dissertation Award. The award is sponsored by the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education for the outstanding dissertation or thesis in Canadian universities that examines higher topics. Dissertations and theses focus on topics in higher education, including the sociopolitical context,Continue reading “Nomination”
Hosted by Free for Life International, this conference looks at Autistic individuals transitioning into adulthood, the risks and vulnerabilities related to human trafficking, and the cross-section between the autistic population and trafficking dangers. It is free to attend and I will be speaking at 1pm PST today.