I am Loud

Talking about disabilities is okay. I want to tell people why I behave the way that I do.

Can’t You See

Through this poem, Scott Lentine, a young man with autism, shares his goals and dreams.

Accommodating Ourselves

One of the skills I have found most valuable is being able to accommodate myself in most environments.

Cooking and Gaining Independence

I am looking to have more independence as I get older. Cooking helps me with that.

Living with Autism in the Community

I quietly watch all of society believe that we are empty space – what we really are, is full with intelligence.

My Washington DC Internship

During the summer of 2012, I was awarded the wonderful opportunity to intern at the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD) as part of The Washington Center (TWC) Internships and Academic Seminars Program.

Vote: It’s Empowering!

With the Presidential Elections just a few short weeks away, now is the time to learn about your rights as a voter!

Just Imagine

Welcome to Prism, the Autism NOW Center’s e-newsletter!

A Chance to Connect

I am very excited to have the opportunity to work with the Autism NOW Center.

Autism, Awareness and Acceptance

Autism Awareness Month is a time for learning about autism and introducing others to new concepts and ideas.