Amy Gravino is a woman on the autism spectrum who has become an accomplished international speaker and author. Amy is also known as "The Dr. Ruth of the Autism World," for her passionate interest in the area of autism and sexuality. She has given presentations to a variety of audiences on bullying, issues faced by girls/women with ASD, growing up autistic, and transition to secondary education. Subscribe to Amy's mailing list below for updates about her latest speaking engagements and publications!
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~*~ Web home for any and all news related to Certified Autism Specialist, international speaker, author, autism consultant, college coach, and enthusiastic home cook Amy Gravino.
**LATEST NEWS: On April 12th, Amy will be speaking about autism and sexuality at a conference in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico! The conference is being hosted by Red Autismo AC, and the day before, Amy will also be speaking about sexuality to parents of students at the school. View the flyer for the event below:
**LATEST NEWS: Amy's second TEDx talk, "Why Autism Is Sexier Than You Think It Is," is now up on Youtube! Click below to watch:
**SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:Amy is pleased to announce the schedule of her upcoming presentations and appearances. Some of these events are open to the public, as denoted below. To learn how to register or get tickets for public events, please visit Amy's Speaking Appearances page by clicking HERE.
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Looking to bone up on your reading? Check out the Articles/Writing page! Featured on the main page is Amy's "Letter to my Younger Self," which she has read at school assemblies, workshops, and other meetings, and which was featured as an In Their Own Words piece on the official blog of Autism Speaks.
You will also find Amy's latest media appearances--radio interviews, television spots, and clips from Normal People Scare Me, a documentary in which Amy appears, on the Media page.
For links to various websites that Amy considers valuable autism and non-autism-related sources, take a look at the Resources page.
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