A Perfect Christmas Gift – The Autistic Mind Finally Speaks!

A Perfect Christmas Gift The Autistic Mind Finally Speaks! By Gregory Tino In May of 2017 my life was forever changed by an S2C session with Elizabeth Vosseller. That was an awakening to everyone in my life. At the time I could never have envisioned that I would be able to write a book! It has […]

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The Glow You Need This Holiday Season!

The Glow You Need This Holiday Season! It probably won’t come as a surprise that improving one’s health is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. And if you have been thinking about creating a resolution like this, then you’re in luck! You can start improving your health right now by simply embracing the […]

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Deepak George – An Ambassador

Deepak George – An Ambassador I know that I’m in a community of trailblazers when a month to celebrate individuals must carry on for months to follow. Deepak George was selected as one of our Ambassador Spellebrities, people who are community builders, connectors and spreading the benefits of spelling and typing. As I quickly learned, […]

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Arun Chand – A brilliant mind jumping through hurdles of being underestimated

Arun Chand – A brilliant mind jumping through hurdles of being underestimated   Arun’s friends and family describe him as a kind-hearted, witty, and brilliant person-like many nonspeakers, he has faced boundaries and obstacles set down by those who underestimate him. But, he continues to persevere and embody humanitarianism!  He and his mom met with […]

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Anna Napolitano – Fierce, Smart, and Enthusiastic about Advocacy

Anna Napolitano – Fierce, Smart, and Enthusiastic about Advocacy Anna is a speller from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania who was nominated as a significant influencer in her community. In addition to being a regular part of the Spellers and Advocates network, Anna has also forged new roads in the world of education by successfully advocating for inclusion […]

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter Speller & Allies Advocacy Network   Image of large mass of people marching. Three people are carrying posters of George Floyd, a Black man with short black hair and a beard.    In June 2020, following the death of George Floyd, we felt it was important to say something in support of […]

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Gratitude: More Than Just an Attitude

Gratitude: More Than Just an Attitude It’s November and Thanksgiving is upon us, which means, if you’re on social media, you’re likely seeing a lot of gratitude posts already. This year there is even a gratitude challenge that specifies a specific category in which you must post about what you’re grateful, down to texture and […]

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Akha Khumalo – Wishing every autistic person could have one wonderful friend

Akha Khumalo – Wishing every autistic person could have one wonderful friend I recently had the unique opportunity to interview one of I-ASC’s younger Spelltember Spellebrities, Akha Khumalo. Nominated as an Ambassador for his advocacy, Akha was the first speller in South Africa to start a blog. In My Own Words.  Readers will quickly find […]

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ZEKWANDE MATHENJWA – An advocate for others like me

ZEKWANDE MATHENJWA – An advocate for others like me I had the absolute pleasure to sit down with Zekwande from South Africa to learn more about him and his journey as a nonspeaker with Spelling to Communicate. I quickly learned that he had a wicked sense of humor and I realized that he is definitely […]

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Chandima Rajapatirana – Always advocating for his tribe

Chandima Rajapatirana – always advocating for his tribe Chandima Rajapatirana ( Chammi ) is being recognized as an Influencer Spellebrity in I-ASC’s Spellebration. I had first heard of Chammi at the Motormosphosis 2018 conference. His name was up on a slide put up by the Keynote speaker, listing names of people who have had a […]

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