What it is like to have Asperger’s Syndrome



Betsy Wurzel’s guest is Sam Mitchell who is a TEDx Speaker, Motivational Speaker, Podcast guest and Podcast  Host, Entrepreneur, Educational Writer, Blogger, Educator, and Trainer for businesses on employment and Autism.  Sam Mitchell is the Podcast Host of “Autism Rocks and  Rolls” and is the Founder of Autism Rocks and Rolls Corporation which is a 501-C3 Non-Profit!

Sam Mitchell discusses what it is like to have Asperger’s Syndrome, his experiences with bullying, how he started his Podcast and his non-profit, and about traveling plus his future plans.
Sam is a 21-year college student who quotes “I don’t need to be fixed”, I am not broken!” Sam Mitchell is bringing awareness to Autism and would like to see the stigma removed!  Betsy believes Sam Mitchell has a wonderfully bright future ahead and highly recommends listening to Sam Mitchell’s podcast, Autism  Rocks and Rolls wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

Please go to Sam Mitchell’s website which has information about  Sam and his non-profit organization, Autism Rocks and Rolls Corporation, and also his Podcast.  Please find out how you can get involved!

Providing the most important piece of this blog is the Audio Interview. There is a wealth of information for you to listen to and perhaps find the information you have been looking for on Asperger’s.

Contact Information
Sam Mitchel
Autism Blog
Betsy Wurzel
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