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Special Interest Group - Neurodiversity Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
E reynolds
12:47
are we raising our hands
KD Harris
13:08
I am assuming there will be a poll because audience is unseen
John Comegys
13:17
Easier if you write in chat
KD Harris
16:53
74% Yes, 26% No
Amanda Parker
17:56
She is doing well.
Amanda Parker
18:27
Jasmine is my dogs name.
KD Harris
19:25
Work With Autistic Individuals, Yes-49% ; No-51%
KD Harris
20:57
Vocational Rehab Professionals: Yes-5% ; No-95%
Cynthia Moreau
28:12
I have
Lisa Kahn
28:13
How can this recording be viewed afterwards? It has already been helpful & I would like to watch it with some family members.
dana shields
28:26
my son is at a school for boys on the spectrum
Susan Melnik
28:31
so diverse
Amanda Parker
28:39
Yes, I have been in a room with people on the spectrum. We are diverse
Mira Davidovski
28:41
the processing lag is frequently omnipresent
Phyllis Dugall
28:44
I have and you are correct. There are no commonalities
Cheryl Widman
28:47
Yep. We are all different, although we had sensory issues.
E reynolds
28:55
slower processing
Bettina Thompson
28:57
Commonality was the feeling of being 'othered' frequently
Teresa Kirchner
28:59
Many times in rooms full of people with neurodiversity, not always autism
Amanda Parker
29:02
I am in a self advocacy group.
E reynolds
29:18
and misunderstood
Mira Davidovski
29:48
I agree there is othering which is hugely problematic in the educational context. It takes away from anything good that is offered the students.
Larry Rothman (HAAPE)
32:11
Please contact me regarding computerized match for people with autism. l.rothman@haape.org
Lawrence Fung
32:12
The video will be available here: https://med.stanford.edu/neurodiversity.html
Deb H
40:22
Can you explain what the “agencies” are?
Amanda Parker
41:59
I know Zachary Miller
dana shields
43:39
What is SSI?
Lawrence Fung
44:48
Supplemental Security Income
Amanda Parker
45:21
I was part of the film with Zach and David and Theodore for college
Jennifer Brooks
45:52
John do you need anyone to do number crunching? I have a Master's in statistics.
Mira Davidovski
46:27
Pleases contact me also regarding computerized match for people with autism. How do we contact you?? my email miradavidovski@aol.com
Yashwardhini chauhan
46:29
I just completed a diploma in Vocational training from India.
Larry Rothman (HAAPE)
46:29
What is your contact info??
Amanda Parker
46:30
Would you be willing to speak at our self advocacy group?
John Comegys
47:08
(559) 860-9399 johndcomegys@gmail.com
Lawrence Fung
47:13
Please feel free to submit your questions through Q&A function
Harri O’Kelley
47:41
Sorry, I’m not seeing your email, did it go to the main audience?
Phyllis Dugall
48:27
I apologize, but I do not see your contact information in the chat.
Cynthia Moreau
48:37
Can you please post John’s contact information here?
Barbara Hall
49:04
what is Mr. Comegys email?
Deb H
49:29
I’m not seeing the speaker’s contact info here in the chat
Rebecca Witonsky
49:33
I work for Griffin Hammis Associate
Rebecca Witonsky
49:46
do you want to collaborate with me
Rebecca Witonsky
49:49
I am autistic
Syeda Saira Naqvi
49:52
palo alto
Syeda Saira Naqvi
50:32
Can I know the name of the place again pls?
Rebecca Witonsky
50:52
I am working on tiktok for autistic people
Rebecca Witonsky
51:05
I am also working on telecommuting for autisitc and disabled people
Deb H
51:08
What is the website for the AASCEND job club?
Syeda Saira Naqvi
51:09
Thank you, I will email you.
Rebecca Witonsky
51:30
and I am doing benefits counseling for autistic and disabled people
Susan Melnik
51:42
what is the email address?
Barbara Hall
53:12
please we need the email addresses for Mr Comegys and the AASCEND job club
John Comegys
53:17
johndcomegys@gmail.com
Joel Schneider
54:05
Are you private messaging the email address to someone instead of sending it to the whole chat? I still don't see it in chat.
Deb H
54:13
His email address is not here
Cynthia Moreau
54:15
Your email isn’t showing up in the chat.
Harri O’Kelley
54:41
We are still not seeing your email
Mira Davidovski
54:59
would love to help we should talk
Phyllis Dugall
55:14
I work for an Adult Transition Program in a San Jose secondary school district. Would you be willing to conduct a PD for our Job Training Technicians? It can be on Zoom if you prefer.
Lawrence Fung
55:16
Johndcomegys@gmail.com
Jerrine Reich-Murphy
56:33
Are you aware of scholarships, grants, fellowships for ASD grad students? Do you have a private practice?
Harri O’Kelley
56:51
I’m an autistic individual and I did an internship helping Maisie Soetantyo with a career business workshop, she would be a good resource for finding jobs, they have great resources for autistic entrepreneurs.
Harri O’Kelley
57:13
I’m writing from the O’Kelley Lab!
Deb H
58:00
Can we get AASCEND link and Keith Halperin contact info here in this chat?
Larry Rothman (HAAPE)
58:46
Section 1619B of Social Security—allows for retaining Medicaid benefits
Lawrence Fung
59:49
https://www.aascend.org/
Phyllis Dugall
01:00:30
SSI certainly can be a disincentive; however, there are also work incentives. There are Work Incentive Practitioners (WIP) who are are understand the all of the incentives. SSI also provides an AWIC.
Harri O’Kelley
01:00:32
Very good!
Harri O’Kelley
01:00:55
She is working on starting a career club like you with autistic individuals
Harri O’Kelley
01:01:12
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dana shields
01:02:26
I have an ASD high school student who will be home for the summer. I would like to hear more about the summer camp for ASD teens at Stanford.
Jerrine Reich-Murphy
01:02:48
Admitted to MSW Social Work program at Columbia - grants, scholarships, fellowships?
Deb H
01:03:09
Where can we find the recording of this meeting?
Michele Lyssand
01:03:39
Thank you!
Mira Davidovski
01:03:40
Thank you very much John and Larry!
Jerrine Reich-Murphy
01:03:42
Thank you Dr. Fung and John
KD Harris
01:03:43
Thanks
Teresa Kirchner
01:03:44
Thanks so much!