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On April 14, 2017, I attended my second “Wings for Autism” annual event in order to volunteer along with findings ways to help improve the rehearsals. Whereas I signed up to get an overview of the whole process last year, I signed up to volunteer this time around. While the last meeting was […]Read more "A Beginner’s Guide to Traveling through Hartsfield Jackson International Aiport."
On April 21st, 2017, I gave my first presentation outside of the city of Atlanta and even further, out-of-state in at the 8th annual Chattanooga Autism Conference on “Steps to Becoming Independent,” which I shared content in my last blog entry on June 18, 2017. During that hour and 15 minutes in the adult’s track, […]Read more "Successful Ways to Becoming Independent"
By Miyah R. Sundermeyer As more and more information about autism becomes up-to-date, larger numbers of adults on the autism spectrum are learning to live independently. Some collaborate with their parents or family members to purchase a condominium, while others seek out roommate situations where other people have autism or similar types of issues, […]Read more "Steps to Becoming Independent"
On Monday, November 21, 2016, I took a trial run through Hartsfield-Jackson International airport in the wake of traveling to Washington D.C. on the third of December for a conference. Why? Number one, I have always loved airports, flying and traveling. Number two and most importantly, I had not flown in six years and I […]Read more "How to Make the Wings for Autism Program More Effective!"
In the most recent decades autism rates have grown rapidly from the triple digits of the double digits. Though no discovery has been determined, billions of dollars have been invested in finding a cure for autism. All the while a wad of finances have been put into creating new services and supports for […]Read more "Autistic Pride Day – June 18, 2016"
When going through the process of purchasing my condo six and a half years ago, I found love in a beautiful red and white four-legged feline named Yeller. Not only was it because he was ginger feline alone with being half Siamese, but this little soul was able to capture my own heart. […]Read more "Emotionless in Petville"