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    Jeremiah Swisher
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    sonhashighfunctioningautism posted:
    My 23 year old son Jeremiah has high functioning Autism. He has spoke at conferences, you tube videos, blogs etc. He just graduated with a double major and a minor and going for more! He is able to talk to you and you can ask away any questions for him. He also has a video resume on line--with his phone nuumber. He loves to travel so, maybe you can allow him to speak at a function, your group at school, etc.

    He is a blessing to many.

    Joyce Swisher (Proud Mom)
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