To collect new messages, to grow hope, we must seek out new experiences.
Anita shares what she wants the world to know about being autistic.
What if I could be part of changing how the world thinks about autism?
Parent of an autistic child, Yvette Soto, tells her story of Love & Autism.
“People who wade into discomfort and vulnerability and tell the truth about their stories are the real badasses.”
This is how much our relationship means to me, and how much his love strengthens me.
Help us shift the narrative surrounding autism.
“Life would be boring without other people to hang out with”
How do we make love an action? How do we change the statistics? How do I support the person I love?
Getting a diagnosis late in life brings it’s own set of struggles. Here is the story of one man’s journey.
Why this price point?
Our conference offers an honorarium and travel accommodations for all speakers! With 80%of our speaker identifying as on the spectrum, this is our commitment to fair wages for people with disabilities.