Autism awareness

A glimpse into the life of a woman who raised two children with autism.

Great Thanksgiving Listen 2018: A talk with mom

Yumi (51), a mother, talks to her daughter, named Erica (16), about her childhood with relatives that have farming backgrounds, her dating life with movie dates, Fiji honeymoons and raising her moderate and severe intelectually disabled children (including Erica).

The rise of Autism

We talked about his experience with having a daughter with Autism and seeing Autism rates rise in recent years

Talk about you

I ask my mom about her life and what she thinks about it.

Terence Golston and Cece Golston

Terence Golston: 2020-06-17 18:36:57 Today, Terence Golston (22) interviewed my half-brother Vincent Ceaphus "CeCe" Golston (33). We talked about his childhood, career, dealing with COVID-19, Police riots, our Grandparents and family. (Terence, the interviewer, has autism.)

Growing Up With Aspergers

16 year old Emma talks with her parents about what it was like to raise a child on the autism spectrum. Tune in to the time stamp 25:15 for a heartwarming exchange of "I love you"s or the time stamp...

Conversation with an autistic metalhead.

This interview takes place with my manager Zane, who was diagnosed with ASD when he was in 4th grade. He dropped out of school when he was in highschool, and during the interview we discuss how and why everything occurred...

Living and learning with Evan

Brief talk about how my brother changed our families life and my mom’s expiriences.

The Caspian Sea to Santa Monica

In this touching interview, directed in December of 2019 in Santa Monica, California, Sophie Salem (15) interviews her father, Morris Salem about his one of a kind childhood. Growing up in Tehran, Iran, Morris had to deal with the struggles...

Occupational Therapy :Living Life touts Fullest! Lived Experience Interview of Dr. Anna Zachary, PhD, OTR/L

Dr Anne Zachary describes her loved experience as a huge agent of change in the occupational therapy profession. Dr. Zachary serves as the Occupational Therapy Chair and Associate Professor at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis TN

Isaac interviews Grandpa Roth
November 27, 2017 App Interview

Isaac, 16, interviews his maternal grandfather at thanksgiving. Isaac, who has ASD and is keenly interested in things mechanical, asks Richard about his career, service in the Coast Guard, and whether he ever felt "different" as a person who most...

Christy, a former PAT home visiting participant shares what it was like to be a first time mom of a child with the diagnosis of Autism.

“I finally called Parents as Teachers when he was three. He was getting thrown out of preschool classrooms, and not allowed to come back. I realized I needed some help. I needed someone to just give it to me straight....

An unexpected turn can take you to better things

My sister, Joanna Roman who is 27 saw her life differently from when she was a teenager. She imagined it differently but it shaped her into a better and led her to a career she enjoys.

My brother, Wil.

In this, I interviewed my brother with Aspergers. I asked him questions about his life, but as you see he doesn’t directly mention his autism.

'I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it for me!'

I interviewed Jeremy Beal, 32 years old, I met him when he was a guest worship leader at my church. We spoke about his life growing up in Massachusetts and his passion for Autistic children.

A mom of 4 kids with autism

My mom shares some aspects about raising 4 autistic kids around 5 years of each other.

Russell Wadsworth & Remmick Wadsworth

Russell Wadsworth, 28, and his brother Remmick, 27, have been inseparable their entire lives. They both have autism, and as kids, they had trouble with social interactions. But being just a year apart meant that they always had one another...

The Love We Harbor
November 27, 2017 App Interview

In this interview I ask my father few questions about his life in general. He tells me about dealing with his autism, his family, a few valuable memories, and his journey from Yugoslavia to the U.S. today.

“You have to be true to yourself in order to be true to your children.”

Mike became a dad at a crucial moment in the life of baby Aaron. When a family member who had just had a baby was in jail and could no longer care for her baby -- Mike got a call...