“That is the life of my brother.”

MicrophoneMickey Wamser, a recent northern Illinois high school graduate understands what it’s like to have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and he realized that it would be good for the community and for individuals with ASD if others really understood as well.  A May 28 article in the Daily Herald does a wonderful job describing what Mickey did to help people with ASD and their families share their stories with their community.  You can read about it here.

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