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.

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Raising a child with autism

Janice Kern talks about the journey of one of her sons, Charlie, and how he was able to attend college after being diagnosed with autism at the age of 2.

Growing up with autism

Interviewing my dad and asking questions about growing up with me and asking about my future.

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Leslie Hoyt and Emily Hatch

One Small Step conversation partners Leslie Hoyt (66) and Emily Hatch (34) discuss their differing political beliefs, feelings around motherhood, and find common ground around experiences of loss and grief.

Struggles to Opportunity with Gail Orzechowski and Sofie LaFratta

Sofie LaFratta interviewed Gail Orzechowski about how growing up with a sister with severe autism translated into her future career as an elementary school teacher. She opens up about the importance of vulnerability and how being vulnerable created a lot...

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....

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

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Lisah Crall and Wendy Karrick

One Small Step partners Wendy Karrick [no age given] and Lisah Crall (42) discuss parenthood, grief, role models, faith, the impact of labels, and the future of the country.

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.

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...

Interview with my Teenage Brother

My name is Adriana Jenkins (21) and I sat down with my youngest brother AJ (15), to talk a little a bit about himself. He is Autistic and has a hard time being social and he doesn’t really enjoy sitting...

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...

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...

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Scott Savage and Jennifer Savage

Spouses, Scott Savage (58) and Jennifer Savage (56), share a conversation about the books that Scott writes, their collaborative working process, the tours they go on together, and the power of books. They also talk about neurodiversity and the role...

Working in Autism

Interview with my wife, Jordyn, on her work in autism. There are challenges and successes and I wanted to point those out.

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.)

Interview with bestie

Me (17) is having a interview with Connor Partain (17) over simple things in life such as school or hobbies (ignore the fact I put 16 in my interview my brain decided to go BRRBRBRBRBRB). Two autistic fellows interview for...

My Autistic Sister, Sara

My younger sister, Sara, is autistic but it doesn’t stop her from being an amazing person.