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Asking "What is your superpower?," Orchard Farm High School students raised autism awareness in their school and collected money to help United Services for Children.
Twins Daniel and Molly Stetson are similar in many ways, but with one exception. Daniel has autism. His sister does not. Facing different challenges, both twins achieved their goals.
Sam Gladstone cannot talk, due to a chromosome disorder that interferes with the 5-year-old’s ability to interact with the world around him. But his parents and teachers would not give up.
Three Orchard Farm girls, each with an autistic brother, fought back against bullying by creating an autism awareness campaign and raising money for autism services.
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