Exceptional Parent Magazine (profile of MJC and GRASP)
AP (picked up by NPR, Fox News, and other outlets)
C-Span Congressional Testimony (Carley was one of two people on the spectrum to testify at congress’ first-ever hearings on autism in November, 2012. For the entire 3-1/2 hour event, click here and for only Carley’s opening remarks, click here)
HuffPost Live (multiple): For the episode on “Are we overdiagnosing?” click here.
For the episode on aversives for those in institutions, click here.
For the episode on autism and employment click here.
Testifying with wife, Kathryn, against proposed cuts in Wiscosin public education via Wiseye (those interested in seeing more of Kathryn on education cuts in WI click here. She was closing speaker at a rally in the Capital).
Fresh Air with Terry Gross (NPR)
1A A one-hour show on the subject of interactions between people on the spectrum and law enforcement officials
The Infinite Mind (NPR) (unavailable online, though it may be available for purchase through Lichtenstein Creative Media)
Newsweek OnAir (unavailable online)
NPR News (12-minute piece focusing mainly on GRASP)
It’s Your Health (NPR)
Morning Edition (NPR) (NOTE FROM MJC: “Militants were after me for this piece, but they had some reason. The copy that NPR wrote on the website to describe the story—on just the name change aspect of the DSM-5—led people to believe that I stated that I was against thinking of myself as autistic. But anyone who listens to the entire audio hears that I believed that switching over to the word "autism" might be the right thing to do. NPR’s been good to me so I did not make any complaint to them. Also, when the militants go after me, it helps more than hurts as it positions me as more of the centrist that I feel I am.”)
Several local NPR affiliates