3 Attitudes I Have About My Life With Autism


Hi everyone, my name is Andrew Levin and I am a digital editor interning with The Mighty. I’m very excited about this opportunity, and I hope to do at least one video a week for you all.

If you have any ideas about the kinds of videos you’d like to see made, just email me at [email protected] For now, check out the first video I made about three attitudes I have on my life with autism.

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