When I was 10-years-old, I was told that my nephew had Autism. After his diagnoses, I became increasingly more curious about Autism and individuals with disabilities. I began working in an after school care program for children with disabilities at 11 and continued outreach work throughout middle/high school. When I came to Auburn, I began volunteering at Health Plus, with there school for individuals with disabilities. I have continued to work there and with a University since then. I also spent the summer of 2018 working at a summer camp for individuals with disabilities. I worked with over 30 different populations, including but not limited to: Autism, Down Syndrome, cranium-facial differences, childhood arthritis, childhood asthma, and many others.