My nephew was diagnosed with Autism in April 2011. That was my first encountered with Autism and I knew nothing about the spectrum at that time. I started doing research and google about Autism and I became very hopeful to see that there are many successful individual with Autism around the world. And I wanted to become a Special Education Needs teacher who is able to help those students with additional needs because I believe that every child matters and every child has the ability to learn. I realized that I needed to adapt my teaching strategies to meet the needs of each students in my class and that I should never give up on them easily even when all the strategies turned out to be a failure. I also realized that every child is unique and I needed to try to understand everything that affects their way of learning. I have been fortunate to have studied MA in Special Education Needs and Inclusion, specializing (Autism and Dyslexia), with the University of Northampton in the recent years and it has helped me to achieve my dream and passion for working with children who has additional needs in mainstream schools. I am also very proud to be a Learning Support Teacher at St Andrews International School that practices inclusive education, a school that offers opportunities for children with special needs to be part of the community, helping them to become more independent, and empowering them to strive for a better life.