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In Our Own Words

"I lost 60 pounds, participated in basketball camps almost every day that summer while working on my gross motor skills at my OT’s office. Than when try-outs came again I made the team. 2 years later as a senior I was our team's varsity captain."

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"As a young adult with autism, I know what it feels like to have an 'over' sensory meltdown. It is not fun at all. It turns my emotions and day upside down..."

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"If you are reading this, please know that autism can’t define our loved ones and only we can define autism..."

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"Seeing your dedication to achieve great things in your career made me want that for myself and for others on the spectrum."

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"Making sense of things having not been diagnosed until 37 years had gone by was a challenge..."

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“Autism cannot define who you are, only you can define autism. I have autism so I know especially, and I ended up the captain of my high school basketball team so I can relate to this message.”

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"When I was a young adult and my dad become frustrated with my autism quirks, he would say, 'You’ll never find a woman willing to accept your rigid routines.'

My wife, by her unconditional love, has proven him wrong..."

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