Samantha Craft, M.Ed. is the founder and president of Spectrum Suite LLC, the job recruiter for ULTRA Testing, an autism educator, the author of the blog and book Everyday Aspergers, Selection Committee Chair at the ANCA World Autism Festival and is active in autism groups locally and globally. She can be reached on Twitter at aspergersgirls & at email@example.com.
This page was an ongoing diary of 2016.
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JUNE 2016 June 4th: Samantha speaking at a local radio show at Mixx 96.1 KXXO (Mine is July 3rd ‘Marci’ toward bottom of page) about Asperger’s Syndrome awareness. June 8th: Samantha was a guest speaker and panel participant at a local event for OUR HEALTH FUND as part of a panel discussion that works regularly to provide support, resources, and communication for those recovering from psychiatric medication. June 16th: Samantha’s article 10 Tips to Help Your Autistic Children and Adults is featured on The Art of Autism. June 18th: “Meet Samantha Craft” on Autism Articulated blog.
July 2016 July 18th: Talkin Live with Elijah Winfrey of Team Winfrey. Topic of Aspergers Syndrome, Community Service, and the book, Everyday Aspergers. (Recording here) July Samantha and two other autistic women discuss on 50-minute YouTube what it’s like being autistic.
September & October
Sam is featured at Spectrum Woman Magazine in the article Glad Tidings from a late-age diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome.
Interview with Samantha Craft of Everyday AspieOctober 2016
Issue 53 Autism Parenting Magazine article and Everyday Aspergers book introduction.
Tuesday, Oct 18th guest on Talking Live with Elijah Winfrey of Team Winfrey. The Elijah Winfrey Show.
Sam attended Autism Spectrum Navigators Conference in Bellevue, WA.
November & December 2016
Interview at AWESOME AUT[ODIDACTIC]ISM Blog about homeschooling my middle son.
Blog radio interview with Jeanette Purkis author, public servant, and passionate advocate for autistic people and their families. Emma Goodall, Ph.D. author, blogger, autism advisor, education consultant and autistic.