Meet Tal Anderson, Star of Atypical
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Meet Tal Anderson, Star of Atypical

Dive into the story of Tal Anderson—an autistic woman who did not let her ASD diagnosis stop her from making her dream of acting a reality. Tal Anderson made her debut as Sid on Netflix’s hit show Atypical in 2019, a comedy-drama series about a teenager’s life with asperger’s. This was a perfect role for

Meet a Brewery Owner Helping Autistic Adults Build Careers
Transitioning to Adulthood

Meet a Brewery Owner Helping Autistic Adults Build Careers

As a child, Tiffany Fixter gravitated towards helping people with special needs and desired to be a teacher, so she went on to attend Northwest Missouri State University, earning a degree in Elementary Education and then a master’s in Special Education/Autism Spectrum Disorders from University of Kansas. For the next seven years, Tiffany taught students

7 Tips To Help Support Married Couples on the Spectrum https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-support-married-couples-autism
Autism Parenting Advice

7 Tips To Help Support Married Couples on the Spectrum

In June, at the Milestones 15th Annual Autism Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, my wife Kristen and I were on a panel with three other couples discussing “Love and Marriage on the Spectrum.” By speaking with these couples, I gained insight for successful marriages on the spectrum. I would like to share some of this vital

Employment

5 Practical Ways to Help Adults with Autism Gain Employment

After I graduated from Oral Roberts University with a Master of Divinity, I was employed four years as a youth pastor. When metro Detroit experienced harsh economic conditions due to the automotive industry I found myself unemployed. For the next two years I struggled for steady employment and sank into a financial sinkhole, unable to