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Last year, we posted an article about Matthew Kenslow and his story: We thought you all might be interested in his new book Unstoppable. It talks about having Autism and simultaneously, being a student teacher and a substitute teacher.

The gripping journey has an amazing conclusion of being accepted by students, staff, and parents in the academic community, and how they never gave up on his passions despite having a more difficult time, due to neurodiversity. He also uses teaching as an opportunity to express that one can do anything they set their heart and mind to do, disability or not.

Many of our boxers not only support but wear their support when the enter the ring.

Autism, also known as Neurodiversity, just means we all view the world and each other a little differently. Let’s celebrate those differences.

Be patient. Be loving. Be grateful. Be WBC.

@wbccares @autismspeaks @autismworld @killer_mel @callumsmith23

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