|Quick Info→||Age (2022): 41 Years Old||Wife/Spouse: Priscilla Maass|
Who is Asa Maass?
Asa Maass is a YouTube creator known for his YouTube channel name,’ FatheringAutism.’ FatheringAutism is a family channel that shows the life of raising a child with an autism spectrum disorder. Through his channel, Maass has made people aware of autism disorder.
Maass’s channel consists of his whole family, including his wife, daughter, and son. Asa’s channel ran for over ten years, launched in 2011.
Short Bio: Age, Birth, Nationality
On October 18, 1981, the YouTube star was born in the United States. Currently, Maass is 40 years old. The zodiac sign of the celeb is Libra.
Asa is an American national. His ethnicity and religion of practice aren’t known.
Family and Education
There is little to no information regarding the YouTuber’s family. Asa respects his family’s privacy and hasn’t revealed anything about his parents and siblings. However, the YouTuber has mentioned that he was a military kid in an interview.
It is unknown what background Asa comes from, as Maass has never mentioned his early life to the public. He seems to have a supportive family. However, it isn’t clear how large his family is.
As for his education, that topic also remains hidden by the star. So far, Maass hasn’t revealed anything about his educational qualifications either. It is not known where or if Asa graduated. No matter his level of academic qualification, through his will to aware more people about a rather severe disease, the YouTuber has earned success in life.
Short Career History
As per his LinkedIn profile, Maass is the content creator at Fathering Autism. The channel was started in 2011 and currently has 604K subscribers. As the channel operator, Asa looks pretty active in FatheringAutism as they post videos daily.
His channel’s content focuses on close details of the day-to-day life of a family battling Autism to reduce the stigmatization of the disease. But, like his other information, the details regarding what he did before he started the channel are a mystery.
It is unclear where he worked before becoming a YouTuber, but his drive to warn people about the disease is commendable. In addition, the channel is very insightful as it gives people a platform to learn more about Autism and how an individual with autism battles with the disease.
In an interview, the YouTuber mentioned how he wants to do public speaking on the topics we discuss on the vlog to shape future educators, change policy, and provide a voice for those who don’t have one.
Asa Maass’s Wife and Children
Asa Maass is married to Priscilla Maass. Priscilla is also a part of FatheringAutism. The couple has been married since 2002. However, the exact date of their marriage isn’t known as the YouTuber hasn’t mentioned it, but the couple did wish each other anniversary on March 11 through Instagram.
The couple seems to be leading a happy life together; they have been with one another for over 20 years, yet they show much love.
Asa and Priscilla have two children, Isaiah, 20 years old, and Abigail, 16 years old. The couple has gone through many ups and downs in their journey, but their daughter getting diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder was the one that changed the family’s life.
So, the couple decided to portray the real-life of living with Autism to destroy the sugarcoated and terrifying description of the disease. So, to aware more people about the illness, FatheringAutism was started.
What is Asa Maass Net Worth?
The estimated net worth of Asa is $1.5 million that he earns from FatheringAutism. In one of the interviews, the YouTuber mentioned that his earnings through YouTube are sufficient for the family to lead a happy living.
The YouTuber stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall with a good build. He has sleeked back hair and broad shoulders.
Asa Maass 5 Quick Facts
- The YouTuber’s wife, Priscilla, has her channel.
- Aas and his family have been living in Jacksonville for over 15 years.
- FatheringAutism has a verified Instagram account with 155K followers.
- FatheringAutism hit 600,000 subscribers on February 2, 2022.
- The first video posted to the channel was called “The Puzzling Piece iPad Challenge.”