My travels with SkillCorps®

By Rusty Hornig-Rohan, Database and Spreadsheets Manager at the Global Autism Project My name is Russell Hornig-Rohan and I am the Database and Spreadsheets Manager for the Global Autism Project. I get to talk about what it is like to be an individual with autism and...

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Heat

By Aidan Dunn, SkillCorps® Assistant at the Global Autism Project Hey everyone! It’s Aidan from the Global Autism Project here to complain about the weather. It is now officially hot, which is bad for me because as a blue eyed-fair skinned- redhead, I burn like...

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Autism and Technology

By Aidan Dunn, SkillCorps® Assistant at the Global Autism Project Hello readers! Today, I’ll be talking about how the rise in modern technology affects people with autism. Again, this is just a brief take on this subject. There are a lot of other authors who have...

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Autism in Women

By Claire Sayers, Intern at the Global Autism Project Autism. Let me guess. When I said that word, you thought of a male with the condition. You’d be forgiven for it. In the media, autism is usually portrayed as being something affecting boys and men. But what about...

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Autism and OT

By Aidan Dunn, SkillCorps® Assistant at the Global Autism Project Hello dear readers! Springtime has finally arrived in Brooklyn. A month or two late, but regardless, spring is here. Right now we are in the beautiful time between the point where I am complaining about...

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Blog Post #15

By Aidan Dunn, Intern at the Global Autism Project Well readers, I’ve finally done it. Starting on May 1st I graduate from being just one of many unpaid internships working across the United States of America into becoming a paid part time employee here at the Global...

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Autism, Relationships, and the UN

By Aidan Dunn, Intern at the Global Autism Project Hello readers! It’s me again. You missed me last week because I was at the United Nations building with the rest of the team listening in on a couple of lectures on Autism for Autism Awareness Month. It was my first...

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Blog Post 13

By Aidan Dunn, Intern at the Global Autism Project Blog Post 13. An unlucky number- suitable for how our office has been faring since the outbreak. It came out of nowhere in the middle of March. We thought that the nightmares of winter were over. We were wrong. Our...

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The Perfect Storm

By Shelbie Nyman, a member of the SkillCorps Indonesia February 2018 team Over the last couple weeks in Indonesia our team has been through several adventures. Several experiences have been life changing, some have tested my patience more than any other, some have...

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The World’s Smelliest Fruit

By Ann Marie Hammell, a member of the SkillCorps Indonesia February 2018 team The world’s smelliest fruit: this is an actual description that Google has assigned to Durian, a controversially popular Asian fruit. Rani, the co-founder of Rumah Tiara, didn’t lead her...

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