Our blog features weekly profiles of people who candidly share the ways autism has changed their life — as siblings, parents, artists, travelers, teachers, immigrants, spouses, professionals, advocates, and more.
Roberto Espinosa is a filmmaker with Asperger's Syndrome who recently released the film, Normal People. In this profile, learn Roberto's perspective on all things creativity, storytelling, and autism awareness.
Samantha Craft is the voice behind @AspergersGirls and author of Everyday Asperger's. She shares her experience as a woman with Asperger's Syndrome and explores how underrepresented her perspective is.
Rosie King is a creative writer, phenomenal TED speaker, and has two siblings on the spectrum. She is diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. Meet the rest of the King family in the Autism Articulated profile: Meet the King's.
Chulayo Mthembu is a mother of two based in Durban, South Africa. Her son, Agape, has autism and since his diagnosis, she has championed autism awareness and disability inclusion both in her community and online (follow @ChulayoM on Twitter!)
Justin Robbins is an autistic advocate who champions inclusion, awareness, and acceptance. In his TEDxTalk, "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Autism", he inspires us to rethink what it means to be autistic.