World of Dance-Dancers

“World of Dance”  is like the Olympics for single dancers, and Dancing pairs/groups. This new show airs on Tuesday nights and the Judges are Super Stars, Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, and Ne-Yo.   If you watch it, have you noticed ?Some of the contestants weather there a single person act or not. Have a neurological Read More

Darci Lynne and Petunnia

Darci Lynne has a story and talent you need to check out.  Notice what her talent and friend help her overcome.  So, click the title above. And then watch this duo in a great Ventriloquism act.!  

Mandy Harvey’s Story Added

Now that I have your attention. Or at least Mandy Harvey does. ! Right? 😉  Here is Mandy’s audition with a little bit of her story. Now you don’t have to watch the whole whole episode.  It’s only nearly 9 mins. And honestly, Daniel Ferguson is more of a very non traditional  comedic performer. Mandy Read More

Tony and Jordon on AGT Season 12!

America’s Got Talent Season 12 Tony and Jordan come all the way from France to perform for us and prove to their parents that there wrong. (Sounds like my parents honestly.!)  They are my favorite magicians! And they have ADHD. Click the title above and then watch this!

Ketchi is more then a survivor!

On the Third episode of this year’s America’s Got Talent  Ketchi Okwuchi auditioned. And she’s great!  See the next post for her ted talk and story also!  Click on the title of this post above. Watch her below and be inspired.!

Daniel Ferguson SINGS!?

This is defiantly my favorite singer on this years America’s Got Talent (The first season I’m watching this show). This is hilarious!  I’m not yet 100% convinced he’s neurologically slightly a little more artsy. However, if he isn’t . How is he so shy, creative, and delightfully open to perform this?  Regardless, those young at Read More

Mandy Harvey- Season 2017-Audition 1

Mandy Harvey Auditioned for this season’s America’s Got Talent. And she is NO ordinary talent. Be inspired, and watch this!  Watch episode 2 I believe for her full story and see other amazing performers also.   It’s free on the tv stations website.

Disability Pride Parade

Tomorrow in NYC I’m going to the Disability Pride Parade. This year because of the political disaster our community could face really soon.  It’s particularly important to be part of  a Parade to support those with special needs.   And to feel part of a positive community of others who may have similar challenges to your own Read More

Do Change Campaign- Full Scholarship video

I recently created this nearly 60 second video for the chance at a full scholarship to the Full Body System’s Course which is 10 months long and will train me further to be a more educated and supported Holistic Practitioner/Health Coach, buy it’s completion. Without the scholarship I can’t afford the course. If I’ve helped you at all Read More

Working Part time shouldn’t mean no Health care

As you know. Many employer’s can’t afford to provide health care to part time employees. Many disabled individuals can’t work full time. And working hours that would be normally seen as part time. Is a full time commitment often to the individual with differences/challenges/disabilities (Take your pick on the terminology preferred ;)) Those who do Read More

Working on SSD while on medicare

If your on SSD and Medicare due to Disability you CAN still work. Did you know that? That’s right. SSD and Medicare is not ONLY for the retired elderly population. And if you have worked enough and now can’t. Regardless of if your disability is something you’ve lived with your whole life with, or not. Read More

Hillary Clinton’s Autism Plans

Autistics and the Disabled actually fall under more then one plan.  Yes?  However, there’s a reason on the Day of Mourning (now an Internationally recognized Day to recognize the deaths of those with Disabilities due to neglect and Abuse) are done mostly to Autistics. Hillary wants to abolish this day no less then, hopefully all Read More

Disability Rights- From Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton started her career advocating for us. And she plans on keeping it that way. See an overview of the facts. And  generally her plan for us and our families here.

Clinton Focuses on the Disabled and their Families

Today in The New York Times  (on the front page), in the Washington Post (In the politics section), and other news sources show articles of Hillary’s plans to help us!   Here are some URLS; in case you don’t read the New York Times/ Washington Post. Or perhaps you do. But you want it presented Read More

Nick Vial’s brief TV history recap

As of about a week or two ago. You need to see what got him to becoming the next Bachelor. His Journey thus far. Prior to the end of the Bachelor in Paradise season which just literally concluded.  Remember, he’ll be the first male Aspie as a Bachelor ever on the show.     I Read More

Season 21, The Switch of Bachelor’s

While Luke Pell I thought would have been a GREAT Bachelor. Nick Viall has more experience with the show’s drama and emotional roller coasters. And I feel he could be more cut out for being The Bachelor at this point. Letting go of all the ladies he’ll need too eventually. And pleasing the producers at Read More

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