Autistic Science Person
Writer, Consultant, and Speaker
Ira is an autistic self-advocate and graduate student in auditory neuroscience.
They currently write about autism, educate parents and professionals on accommodating and understanding autistic people, consult on research, and give informative talks.
Ira is on the board of Neuroclastic, an autistic-led nonprofit, and has been advocating for disabled students on their university campus as a disabled graduate student. They enjoy playing online games with their friends and connecting to other autistic adults and the disability community through social media.
Auditory Conditions, Hyperacusis, Hypersensitivity, and Gaslighting of Autistic Lived Experience
STAR Institute Virtual Summit Summer 2020
Being Autistic in the Workplace: How Employers Can Get It Right
Interview With Not An Autism Mom
Au-some Book Club Facebook Group
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Ira is available for informative talks, one-on-one meetings, consultations, or anything else regarding educating on autism.
Sound Dampening for Autistic People with Auditory Sensitivity
Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism
Hyperacusis and Auditory Sensitivity: Does Desensitization Work?
Transitioning to Grad School and Adjusting to the New Environment
Stairway to Stem