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My Review Of Netflix’s ‘Love on the Spectrum: Season 2’ As An Autistic Adult

Imagine the barriers that would be broken down for those with autism if dating-reality shows like Love on the Spectrum, which is so wholesome and pure, became the norm in the entertainment world instead of shows like The Bachelor. This [...]

By |September 25th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Hallmark Movie To Feature Autistic Actor

Will you be watching? This will be the first movie Hallmark produces that will feature an autistic character. “The Christmas Bond” will be released this December on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and stars well-known autism advocate and celebrity Holly Robinson [...]

By |September 25th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Why I Applaud Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ For Its Disability Representation

Will you be tuning in for Season 3? Netflix's hit series Sex Education, a British teen comedy-drama, features Isaac Goodwin (played by George Robinson), a recurring character who joined the series during the 2nd season as a neighbor of one [...]

By |September 20th, 2021|Kerry's Perspective|0 Comments

Custom Apparel Company Hires 5 People With Disabilities

This guest post is by Tricia, Co-Owner of Ability Star Designs. Tricia is applying for our Supporting Small Businesses That Hire People With Disabilities Grant Opportunity ran by my nonprofit KFM Making A Difference. You can learn more about the grant opportunity here. [...]

By |September 7th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

And Then, It All Made Sense, Like Magic

This guest post is by Bea Mienik, a young woman on the autism spectrum who was accepted into New York University. Bea is applying for the Spring 2022 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference started [...]

By |August 20th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on And Then, It All Made Sense, Like Magic

7 Misconceptions About Disabled Employees

This guest blog was written by Mairi Hallman, an autistic student who is currently studying statistics at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada. When she isn't studying or working as a summer intern at KFM, Mairi enjoys reading, experimenting [...]

By |August 15th, 2021|Guest Blog|Comments Off on 7 Misconceptions About Disabled Employees

Why I Applaud Simone Biles As Someone Who Struggled With Mental Health Challenges

As someone who didn’t always put their mental health first, having people like Simone speak up about this makes a world of difference. Simone Biles, a gold medal-winning Olympic gymnast, left the women's gymnastics final at the 2020 Tokyo Games. [...]

By |July 27th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Why I Applaud Simone Biles As Someone Who Struggled With Mental Health Challenges

10 Things That Helped Me Going To The Dentist As An Autistic Child

Going to the dentist can be a trying experience for anyone. When you have a diagnosis of autism, though, who may have challenges with sitting still for long periods, struggles with loud noises, and other sensory struggles can be overwhelming. [...]

By |July 18th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 10 Things That Helped Me Going To The Dentist As An Autistic Child

Growing Up with Undiagnosed Autism and the Triumphs and Successes

This guest post is by Mariah Kay Sample, a young woman on the autism spectrum who was accepted into Edgewood College. Mariah is applying for the Spring 2022 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference started [...]

By |July 17th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Growing Up with Undiagnosed Autism and the Triumphs and Successes

My Review Of ‘Atypical’ Final Season As An Autistic Adult

“Atypical” is a TV show centered around Sam Gardener, a 19-year-old who’s autistic. Season 4, the final season of the show, was released on July 9, 2021, on Netflix. Season 1 and 2 depicted his navigation through high school, and [...]

By |July 12th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on My Review Of ‘Atypical’ Final Season As An Autistic Adult