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"It’s been 12 years since I was diagnosed with autism when I participated in a study at New York University Hospital. Although I’ve earned the badge of veteran to my diagnosis, I still have days when I wish I had a tougher skin. My invisibility as a person with autism is due in large amount to the fact that I am female."

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Close to 100 people attended the event, which would not have been possible without the support of the Meltzer Group and the League for People with Disabilities who generously opened up their venue for guests.

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In 2014, Autism Speaks provided a grant to The Wiley Center to support their program that teaches young adults with autism the social skills needed to obtain and retain employment. The training was put to the test in the "real" world when 8 participants embarked on a job shadow opportunity at a major corporation in downtown Los Angeles.

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I am grateful for Justin’s incandescent smile when all is right in his world.

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My 14-year-old son, Tate, has autism. Tate loves movies. Tate’s favorite Holiday movie is “A Christmas Carol” based on the novel by Charles Dickens.

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Maybe they won't dine on turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. That's ok, that's not what Thanksgiving is about. It's a day of giving thanks. A day of being grateful for a year of blessings and milestones.

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"After a few tears and belly laughs, reflect on all that you are thankful for and you will see it’s much more than just Lime Jell-O salad..."

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