Posts Tagged ‘Stories from the Spectrum’

  • Chase Severin

    We Know Who We Are by Chase Severin

    Jul 4, 17 • 620 Views • NewsroomNo Comments

    We Know Who We Are. by Chase Severin   We hear the whispers. We know the jokes are about us. We know people think we are stupid. We know who we are. We are smart, nice and we matter. We are angry. We know who we are. Our Autism does not make us...

  • Advocating for Community Inclusion by Ivanova Smith

    Dec 16, 16 • 1066 Views • NewsroomNo Comments

    Stories from the Spectrum Advocating for Community Inclusion by Ivanova Smith My passion is for the inclusion of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). For a long time, I was isolated from my community. I was not included during the first...

  • Pokémon Go has done a lot of Great Things for My Family

    Oct 16, 16 • 474 Views • NewsroomComments Off on Pokémon Go has done a lot of Great Things for My Family

    Pokémon Go has done a lot of great things for my family Stories from the Spectrum – By Zachary Parrott – For those of you who are unaware, Pokémon Go is a popular free app for iOS and Android devices that first came out in July 2016. It is a...

  • My Life by Asjia Chapin

    Jun 9, 16 • 941 Views • NewsroomComments Off on My Life by Asjia Chapin

    My Life by Asjia Chapin I wish to tell you my different life, the ins, the outs and so, Your heart will warm, beat a bit and then start to grow. With passion to comfort me and really make me know, That when I scream or hit or when my temper blows, You’re...

  • Dear Spectrums Magazine Readers

    Jun 8, 16 • 990 Views • Local Resources, NewsroomComments Off on Dear Spectrums Magazine Readers

    This is a copy of the welcome letter from Editor, Karen Krejcha that was published on pages 6 and 7 in the Summer 2016 issue of Spectrums Magazine. In April 2016, Spectrums Magazine was acquired by Autism Empowerment and became a nonprofit program of the...