Disability-informed resources center the experiences and perspectives of disabled people in a world created by and for non-disabled people. Explore some disability-informed resources that shape my work!

The concept of interoception heavily informs my coaching and movement work. You can learn more about interoception here:

I default to using identity-first language (disabled person) over person-first language (person with a disability), as this is the preferred language of the disabled community. (I respect all language preferences, and understand that different people identify with different terms.) You can learn more about preferred language here:

I do not support Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy). Read more about why autistic people oppose ABA therapy: