Epic Makes 2 major News channels!

Epic Players very fun “Little Shop Of Horrors” wasn’t only done very well. It made both WNYC News and FOX 5 news! Can you see the movement there so awesomely contributing too!? One where disabled actors get more recognition and love in society! The theaters they perform out now are fairly small. But, with the Read More

Little Shop of Horrors

Here is an article with two videos of the EPIC cast of Little Shop of Horrors! The 2nd video plays after the first one plays. It was done prior to the start of the production. At the fundraiser I went to- which I think was in May. https://vimeo.com/337842706 Aren’t they great?

Performing Arts for Neuro-typicals

Drama for people with ASD, can be life changing in numerous ways. But, drama where everyone in the cast is Neuro-typical and paid for their work. That can be the most supportive, and rewarding environment for us. A company that trains and showcases this community exclusively is unique to say the least. And now there Read More

Bachelor In Paradise Season 3

Isn’t this season far better then the previous season’s of this show!? I certainly think so! Have you realized how friendly everyone in it is with the exception of course of CHAD In the first couple episodes? Don’t you love that!? I do! Except Chad. But, I kinda feel a little bad for Chad too. Read More

“Free” Donations!?

Are you unable to donate to Hillary Clinton’s campaign but, really want to? She deserves your support no matter your age or financial situation. Don’t you agree? Could it be fun too? If you are a true supporter of hers and can’t donate otherwise. If you can check out the Apple app called, Hillary Runs. Read More

Autistic adults feedback NEEDED

Through June 29th the IACC Strategic Plan Committee Group would appreciate if ASD adults (And those who directly support us) would clearly communicate there needs and knowledge to the IACC (Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee). But, you need to do so buy answering up to 7 questions. Below you’ll see the summary I received from Autism Read More

There IS hope.

I know how much many of you could use an integrated medicine professional support network. One that can individualize to some extent to your needs. ( IF you ask the right questions) And I know how many of you need a strong foundational core community of active like minded individuals. People who will support you Read More

Crucial Info For Our Future

January 31 the New York Times editorial board gave their full endorsement for democratic presidential candidate to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. That article seeks to FAIRLY educate the public about our future, our presidential candidates positions, and do it without being unduly biased to any one ideology or candidate.   Therefore, they sought to Read More

International Day of Person’s With Disabilities

Hi Guys! Check this out! I got it in my e-mail today! I love the sub-themes mentioned in paragraph 1. Don’t you? USICD and Friends Celebrate the 2015 International Day of Persons with Disabilities   Theme for 2015: Inclusion Matters: Access and Empowerment for People of All Abilities USICD staff, board, and members join the Read More

Donations Anyone?

Creating a blog like this takes tremendous time, energy and money. Not just for it’s costs but, also for it’s future planning. And remember time and effort equals a lot of money. So anything helps. I’ll recognize ALL of it. If you benefit from this blog at all.  You should consider donating something. Disability Advocate Read More

IPAD Grant for Autistics ONLY – Who needs one?

Today I received basically the below e-mail.  I edited the top adding the first two lines. And the last link.  If you are financially disadvantaged and officially somewhere on the ASD spectrum (Or fit this criteria with a diagnosed ASD child.) And need an Ipad (there great trust me, I have an older one). Apply Read More

Dancing With The Stars Season 21

Season 21 of Dancing With the Stars defiantly has some differently minded stars and a couple very creative pros too. Meaning a couple pro’s are also, challenged. I’m so glad Derick’s back. If you ask me. They need some more superb pro’s this season. Like at his level.   Sure all the pros mostly are Read More

Does Aspie Nick find true Love on the Bachelorette?

Nick (A software salesman) without question has Asperger’s and was introduced to Bachelorette viewers in season 10, Andi Dorfmann’s season. He has been a main drama season producer in both season 10 and now in Season 11 of the Bachelorette. But NOT, intentionally. Nick like Courtney (Season 16 on Ben Flajnick’s Season. ) and Tiarra Read More

Pretty obvious Aspies on the Bachelor and Bachelorette Seasons thus far

Currently, Kaitlyn is the star in the current bachelorette bachelor show airing its 20th season but, only it’s 11th Bachelorette season. To be honest. I like Kaitlyn however, surprisingly thus far her season is the least family friendly season I’ve ever seen. So, parents please be aware of this. Every week thus far except for Read More

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