Benjamin Kellogg is a 21-year-old adult with autism. He lives in upstate New York and recently completed an Associate's degree in Arts and Humanities and Social Science, with a concentration in writing. His hobbies include participating in Special Olympics, playing piano, hanging out with his family and friends, playing videogames, and especially, enjoying good books.
By the time you read this, I will have returned from a week’s vacation in Florida with my family.
My autism greatly affects the way I perceive the world and interact with it.
A good work ethic is unquestionably one of the many important virtues that have been instilled in me by my parents.
My autism has created numerous difficulties in my life, many of which I have been able to overcome. However, there are still tasks that I have to learn.
For many years when my family has taken shopping trips, my primary responsibility has been to push the shopping cart.
Victory is ours! I've just received a text message from my mom, alerting me to the fact that she and my dad are signing their will and Willie's special needs trust papers this morning. ...
It is that time of year again, when families get together for holidays and people start Christmas shopping.
My daughter wrote a monologue for an acting class about growing up with a sibling on the spectrum.
I’ve come down with an early case of the “Bah Humbugs” this year.
Last Tuesday my sister Connie had to have a surgery.
Here's what really gets to us about the holiday season. It's not the way advertisers assault us, though that's troubling.
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