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Adulting on the Spectrum: Why I got the COVID vaccine

Hosts, Andrew Komarow and Eileen Lamb, speak with Katie Santoro, who decided to get the COVID-19 vaccine because of her love of travel. Katie struggled to find her niche in the working world. She was diagnosed with autism at 24. Her diagnosis put her on a path to being an autism advocate. She is president of the Unicorn Children's Foundation Junior board, as well as being president for UCF. She is a contributing member for the Els for Autism and Center for Autism at University of Miami. Her life goal is to travel all seven continents.

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