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Autism and Identity. Disability-first or Person-first Language

It’s really not about one versus the other. They both are about empowerment and seeing the person for who they are... read more

19 Apr 2019

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Adult Supported Independent Living on the Autism Spectrum

Jason's Connection Q&A: Adult Supported Independent Living on the Autism Spectrum read more

04 Apr 2019

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Peer Mentoring for Autistic Adults

A video conversation between Jason Harris and Dr. Tony Attwood. The advantage of peer-to-peer mentoring is that people o... read more

21 Mar 2019

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Sharing Helps Others Make Decisions And Meet Their Goals

I believe sharing personal experiences, perspectives, and information is a great way to help others make decisions and m... read more

12 Mar 2019

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Accept And Embrace Who You Are

There's no right or wrong way to do things - socially, in relationships, job-wise, or just daily living.  It's abou... read more

05 Mar 2019

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Disability Intersects With Other Positionalities

[Society says] I'm supposed to be or act a certain way to fit into norms.  That doesn't just affect me, but affects... read more

26 Feb 2019

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We All Have Our Own Ways

As a person with a disability, sometimes I think there's a normative standard in society of how we should be.  But ... read more

12 Feb 2019

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Jason Speaks to RespectAbility Staff and Fellows

Jason speaking to staff and fellows at RespectAbility's Maryland office, sharing personal narrative and engaging in... read more

06 Dec 2018

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Sharing Perspectives For High School Students With Disabilities Thinking About College

Not everyone wants to go to college for a four-year degree.  There are many options out there for different people.... read more

29 Nov 2018

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