"So Simple, Yet so Complicated" ~ Sam Mitchell
A voice for those on the autism spectrum
Podcaster, motivational speaker, podcast coach, podcast guest, curriculum creator
Sam is a high school senior who was diagnosed with autism when he was 4. Although Sam has faced challenges along the way, autism never has HAD him. Sam is the creator and owner of the podcast Autism Rocks and Rolls, which can be found on Podbean, YouTube, ITunes, Spotify, and SoundCloud. Sam loves rock and roll music, so Autism Rocks and Rolls was born.
Through Sam's podcast and public speaking, the messages and missions he wants to spread are: I am not broken. Look at me. Do not ignore me because I have autism. I am a functional member of society. I can do what you do, just a little differently, but, aren't we all different? I am the voice of those who can and can't speak on the spectrum. Don't ignore and dismiss us. Recognize that we are a human being first. We just happen to have autism.
Through Sam's endeavors, he wants to raise autism awareness, helping others understand what it is and how this condition can also be an ability, but not ignoring the fact that those with autism have daily struggles, like we all do.
Sam's podcast and public speaking have proven to help those with autism, loved ones who have friends or family with autism, teachers incorporating his work into their classrooms, students in a school setting, and a typical person struggling with anxiety, anticipation, depression, or communication disorders.
Sam hopes to further his mission by doing more public speaking, specifically at schools, universities, or autism conferences, covering topics such as, autism awareness, disabilities, bullying, kindness, compassion, and education.
Sam would also like to offer one-on-on coaching sessions for those who are beginner pod casters. He wants to give back. Someone once helped him start a podcast, and he wants to do the same.
Sam is always looking for guests for his show and loves to be a guest as well on other podcasts.
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"Scott has helped me tremendously with my podcast. I want to thank him for all of his help, encouragement, and for believing in me." ~Sam Mitchell