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Adulting on the Spectrum: Golden retrievers and simple rules to be an advocate

Hosts Andrew Komarow and Eileen Lamb speak with Liz Michaels. Even before the doctors told Liz's parents, they had little faith she could take the normal route through school, she knew something about her was different. When the diagnosis of autism came. She knew what that was. From that point on. Liz made one of her goals in life to help autistic people like herself advocate and understand the world that is autism. Now a college graduate with a certification in early childhood education, she is able to practice patience and kindness and service to the goal every single day.

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