Blue Horizons for Autism

Check out my new social story video and my artwork for I Can Fly. The sky's the limit for little Vincent Ghio and his association with Autism Tree Project, TSA Cares, jetBlue, and San Diego International Airport. I was asked to film him in a social story training video for kids on the autism spectrum who are anxious about flying. We are hoping to open doors for everyone with autism so they can see the world. The title of the video is "I Can Fly" I enjoyed filming Vincent and working with TSA Cares, and Colm Marmion, the San Diego International Airport Customer Rep. I've also made a powerpoint social story to go along with the video. The musical talents of Angela Neve of the Music Therapy Cen

Joel's China newsletter to Australia

Here's a newsletter I've made for Australia about my experience in China last summer. Dear people, I, Joel Anderson, had a huge experience to visit China. It all started when I was a teenager at 14 years old, I had a passion for China. I was hoping to go there and this year of 2013, I already did. It took me a few ways to practice speaking in Chinese for almost four years and I persevered. As my mom, Sandi, and I were preparing for the trip, we worked so hard to support the people with disabilities in China and I had confidence and a little overwhelming. We’ve had funding in our trip, including sightseeing. Angela Neve, Janice Chan, Andrea Moriarty, Kim and Jon Bennett were a part of this tr

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