I am an accomplished author, speaker and self-advocate on disability inclusion. I grew up with autism and created many resources about social inclusion that I call " Tips4inclusion". I published a children's guide called " How to be a Good Influence to People with Disabilities" and am the author of a children's book titled " Timmy's Story: A Story About Autism and Friendship", available on Amazon. I have been on the front page of the newspaper three times and featured in media around the world. I have created and presented to schools and major conferences. I also create animated educational videos about disability inclusion.
Presentations, webinars, small group lesson and school asssemblies.
Received a Commendation from the NJ State Senate and Assembly for my work. I have also spoken at the NJ Department of Education. In addition, I was the opening speaker at the Monmouth County Division of Mental Health Conference and the Plenary Speaker for the NJ Association of Community Providers. In September 2021, I added Keynote speaking to my resume and staff development training.
I graduated Allentown High School 2018 and attended the Monmouth County Career Center and received a certificate in Computer in Business Applications and was student of the year. I have also taken graphic design classes at Mercer Community College. As a young adult with autism I have a unique way of being able to educate and inspire change from my experiences growing up.
I am a young adult with autism who is an author, speaker, self-advocate and educator of disability inclusion. I created my own website and a YouTube Channel with original resources to teach about disabilities and inclusion. I volunteer at Millstone Primary School helping teach social skills and social emotional learning. I love working with the kids and teaching them about acceptance, friendship and inclusion.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Specialty, Special Education, Health, Other (Specialty), Communication Disorders, Life Skills, Classroom Management, School Counseling, Character Education, Oral Communication, Speech Therapy, Student Council, School Psychology, Classroom Community