My name is Alex W. Wheatley. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from Brigham Young University, and a Master of Education in Special Education from the University of Idaho. I am a Neurodevelopmental Disability and Assistive Technology Specialist. You can find my writing on such topics on my professional site, All Access Autism. I worked my way through community college to gain entrance to the university level. I worked hard and applied to dozens of schools to gain entrance to graduate school. I am continuing my education by earning a graduate certificate in assistive technology from California State University at Northridge. I made some wise choices and some not so wise as a student in the undergraduate and graduate levels. The same can be said in creating resumes, networking and interviewing. The purpose for this blog is for me to showcase my professional portfolio, and offer my insights and experiences to students and young professionals. I hope others can learn from my experiences and advice. You can expect posts to be short, as I know how valuable time is to students and young professionals. I hope you benefit from the content, and that we can learn together.