Autism Interview #145: Rosie Weldon on Autism Advocacy and Inclusion

Rosie Weldon is an Autistic accountant living and working in the North West of England. She is also a prolific author and has her own blog about everyday Autistic life, including things like Autistic behaviors, mental health, advice for parenting Autistic children, and lots more. This week she shared her path to a diagnosis and the ways she advocates for inclusion and autism acceptance.

Autism Interview #138: Faith Douglas on the College Transition and Inclusive Theatre

Faith Douglas is a rising junior at Northwestern University. They study Theatre and are waiting until the very last second to formally declare their second major. Outside of school and their duties as Research Chair for Seesaw Theatre company, they act, write, and play more video games than they probably should. This week Faith discussed their transition to college life as well as their theatre work creating multi-sensory performances for otherwise disabled audiences.

Lisa Jo Rudy on Making Museums Autism-Friendly

Lisa Jo Rudy

Lisa Jo Rudy is a writer, editor, and autism consultant. She provides consulting and presentations on community inclusion and education for museums, community groups, and parent groups. She developed the website autisminthemuseum.org, a hub of best practices and resources about how to make museums, zoos, aquariums, and other educational settings more inclusive for individuals on the spectrum and their families. This week she shared some of her background with museums, her perspective on their importance, and her mission to make them more accessible to individuals on the spectrum.