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We all missed honoring these advocates in person last March. Now you can hear our honorees perform and share their experiences, comfortably from a distance.
JODI: a gifted musician, composer, vocalist and performer. Diagnosed with autism at age 2, at 18 she is a self-advocate .
PETER: Executive Director of the EPIC school in New Jersey. He is a pioneer in identifying and focusing on the needs of teens and adults with ASD.
LIANE: parent of a son with ASD, essayist and award-winning author of her memoir, Ketchup is My Favorite Vegetable
MARC: parent with Liane, community leader of programs promoting equity for people with ASD.
Yes She Can provides an innovative job skills development program for teens and young women with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. Trainees are coached by clinical professionals and business managers at Girl AGain boutique, in the essential business and social skills needed to be successful at work.
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