36 min

Autism Isn't Black and White My Autism Tribe

    • Kids & Family

EPISODE 60: AUTISM ISN’T BLACK AND WHITE


With Erin Clemens


 


INTRO:


Hi, everyone! As you know, April is Autism Awareness month, as we continue to raise autism awareness, and promote autism acceptance and inclusion in our communities (although it may look a bit different now), I wanted to feature yet another autism advocate. This week’s episode features guest Erin Clemens. Erin is an awesome young woman on the autism spectrum. When she’s not working, she’s volunteering and helping others. She graduated from college last year, and is interested in pursuing a career in dog training. She’s an absolute pleasure to speak with, and full of so much knowledge and insight. Stay tuned to hear her story.


 


SEGMENT:


Today, we’re providing a stronger voice to another powerful autism advocate, Erin Clemens. She’s a public speaker, and author of a book called “I Have Asperger’s”. Let’s give a warm welcome to this delightful young woman.


 


CONCLUSION:


It’s important that we listen to those voices that can provide personal experiences. There are varying opinions, and often times, these opinions may not align with another person’s opinions. That’s ok, because autism isn’t black and white…it’s a spectrum…and we are all on different journeys, and I’m so glad that Erin was able to share her’s. Thanks so much for being a part of my army…My Autism Tribe. Stay healthy, stay safe, keep your chin up, and I’ll see you here next week!


 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ERIN:


Website: https://erinclemens.wixsite.com/erin-clemens


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/erin.clemens.58


Twitter: https://twitter.com/AspergerSadie


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aspergersadie/


YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/erinclem

EPISODE 60: AUTISM ISN’T BLACK AND WHITE


With Erin Clemens


 


INTRO:


Hi, everyone! As you know, April is Autism Awareness month, as we continue to raise autism awareness, and promote autism acceptance and inclusion in our communities (although it may look a bit different now), I wanted to feature yet another autism advocate. This week’s episode features guest Erin Clemens. Erin is an awesome young woman on the autism spectrum. When she’s not working, she’s volunteering and helping others. She graduated from college last year, and is interested in pursuing a career in dog training. She’s an absolute pleasure to speak with, and full of so much knowledge and insight. Stay tuned to hear her story.


 


SEGMENT:


Today, we’re providing a stronger voice to another powerful autism advocate, Erin Clemens. She’s a public speaker, and author of a book called “I Have Asperger’s”. Let’s give a warm welcome to this delightful young woman.


 


CONCLUSION:


It’s important that we listen to those voices that can provide personal experiences. There are varying opinions, and often times, these opinions may not align with another person’s opinions. That’s ok, because autism isn’t black and white…it’s a spectrum…and we are all on different journeys, and I’m so glad that Erin was able to share her’s. Thanks so much for being a part of my army…My Autism Tribe. Stay healthy, stay safe, keep your chin up, and I’ll see you here next week!


 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ERIN:


Website: https://erinclemens.wixsite.com/erin-clemens


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/erin.clemens.58


Twitter: https://twitter.com/AspergerSadie


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aspergersadie/


YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/erinclem

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