This blog started out at crackedmirrorinshalott.blogspot.com, and moved to word press in the Spring of 2010.
About: Savannah Nicole Logsdon-Breakstone
Savannah began formally advocating at the age of 12, when her mother asked her to sit on a panel for a a state level conference presentation. Advocacy became a true passion for Savannah once she became an adult. Co-morbidly diagnosed GAD, PTSD, and ASD , she worked in Mental Health advocacy before she connected with the ASD and DD communities. In adulthood, she was diagnosed with several chronic health disabilities, some of which have a mild-to-moderate impact on mobility depending on the day.
Other advocacy as well as community involvements have included national and state level organizations and advisories, various county level advisories, and Freelance Advocacy efforts. Savannah is a board member and current vice president of the PA based SAU1 (Self Advocates United as 1), and blogs here, at a couple of off topic blogs, and as a contributing writer at several multi contributor blogs.
Outside of advocacy, Savannah’s perseverations include Anthropology, Cats, Social Histories, Victorian Romanticism, and the Histories of Oppressed populations. She lives in rural northwestern PA with her cat, Catterina.
Savannah does freelance captioning, writing, and consulting. Please email for quote discussions.
She can be reached at nicocoer @ gmail (dot) com for writing, advocacy, and consulting issues.
Note: Savannah’s work on this blog, and her personal social media accounts, should not be taken as the work of or indicative of the work of any employers, boards, or contractees.
Tower Window View: Anthropology, History, and similar.
NicoKnacks: Art, Writing, and other works.
Nico Noms: Food, cooking, and related synesthesia.
It’s Fancraftic: Crafting blog (located on Blogspot)
The Poets Are Silent…: Poetry blog (located on Blogspot)
Like what you see? You can support Savannah at Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/nicocoer
9 thoughts on “About”
Very nice self-description. 🙂
Thank you, but most of it was written up by Sharon DaVanport at AWN, With me going in and adding or subtracting information as it became relevant. I’m actually quite bad at these unassisted. * embarrassed face*
(Sorry, I don’t mean to keep switching names, but I am too lazy to log back into my account to have the internet fail on me for a fourth time today >_>)
Aww, don’t be embarrased. I am sure you talk about yourself very well. ;3
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Savannah, Thanks for following my blog! Would you be open to my sending a link to your blog to the Autism communities in Bangladesh and India?
I have no problem with this. 🙂
I nominated your blog for the Very Inspirational Blog Award: http://thepossibleworld.wordpress.com/2012/07/24/the-very-inspirational-blogger-award-31/
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Savannah, your blog is currently included on our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to personalize your blog’s description.
Judy (An Autism Observer)