Defining Autism: From Nonverbal to Professional Speaker” is a presentation from award-winning speaker Kerry Magro on how he got to and survived the education experience growing up being on the spectrum and how his experiences, both good and bad, can help students with disabilities from early childhood to the transition into adulthood. Kerry, will present on his experiences with therapies focused on his early development, how he founded a disability awareness organization and a non-profit for special needs housing, his work on 3 best-selling books and much more! Kerry was nonverbal til 2.5, diagnosed with autism at 4 and is now one of the only professional speakers on the spectrum in the country. He’s presented on the same stages of world renowned speakers including Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Stephen Shore and Steve Silberman.
This presentation can last anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours long based on the time you need to fill for your audience.
Would you like Kerry to present on this topic? Email him at Kerrymagro@gmail.com for more details. Kerry travels the country and would love to come to your area. If asked to speak there also may be an opportunity for your self-advocates to be spotlighted for the video series A Special Community where Kerry highlights people impacted by a diagnosis.
Kerry Magro, a professional speaker and best-selling author who is also on the autism spectrum started the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference in 2011 to help students with autism receive scholarship aid to pursue a post-secondary education.
Have Kerry, one of the only professionally accredited speakers on the spectrum in the country, speak at your next event by sending him an inquiry here. If you have a referral for someone who many want him to speak please reach out as well! Kerry speaks with schools, businesses, government agencies, colleges, nonprofit organizations, parent groups and other special events on topics ranging from employment, how to succeed in college with a learning disability, internal communication, living with autism, bullying prevention, social media best practices, innovation, presentation best practices and much more!