April is Autism Acceptance Month. This month, we’re releasing one new episode each week, in addition to our regularly scheduled episodes. These episodes are all about the language surrounding Autism. We had the privilege of interviewing several people for this Mini Series and we’re excited for you to listen in!
Tiffany Joseph, TJ, is the creator of Nigh Functioning Autism, a play on words that makes fun of functioning labels. She is a communication teacher and paraeducator for elementary school aged students in special education.
TJ’s Instagram @nigh.functioning.autism
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