My quest for this work began a long time ago, in 2004 with my first voluntary assignment to provide information collected at Autism Conferences to families with no means to attend, in a form of a newsletter. During this time, one of the presenters selected me as his child’s new behavior therapist, with special focus on logic, mathematics and socia l skills. I have developed a never ending passion to take any chance to enhance one’s life. In 2009 while I was working on my education in Psychology, I was fortunate to be granted a position as a Teacher Assistant at UCDD, where I gained exposure to individuals with neurodiversity at a larger scale, and is able make a difference by providing positive behavior intervention techniques. My passion till this day, and going forward is to foster independence and support in a positive manner.