My name is Joanna. I am from Poland. I am a disabled person since the day I was born. I am suffering from a genetic disorder, which is difficult to diagnose. I am struggling with mobility impairments, such as disabled joints and scoliosis. During my childhood I went through physical exercises and operations. It was a struggle but it was worth it. Thanks to it I am an independent women, who can work, travel and devote herself to her hobby. I have devoted my career to working with kids with autism. I teach kids how to speak, communicate, and make basic self-care stuff. My biggest aim is to teach them how to be independent and how to become active members of the society. At the moment, I am in charge of running the therapy, but I also give consultations to the kindergartens in Warsaw. I teach teachers in kindergartens how to interact with kids, how to engage them in every day routine and how to deal with their problem behaviours. My experience shows that engaging kids with disability in society can be really beneficial. Seeing all of this I can tell it is our responsibility to make disabled people a full members of the society, who can live their life, who can earn their living, who can be happy and fulfilled. I want to accomplish this by bringing kids with autism to schools, and by promoting therapy and education of kids and parents.