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A Joke You Learned Late

Kirby Kellogg is a twenty year old college student, freelance journalist for Belladonna Horror Magazine, and aspiring broadcaster. Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, she’s also her college’s Student Communications Board Chair and a Student Senator. Kirby is currently [...]

By |May 19th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on A Joke You Learned Late

My Journey To College On The Autism Spectrum

This guest post is by Marques Brockington, a young adult with autism who will be attending Eastern University in the Fall. Marques is applying for our Spring 2018 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference. You can [...]

By |January 24th, 2018|Uncategorized|37 Comments

I Lost The Ability To Communicate; Now I’m About To Graduate From College

This guest post is by Joshua Mack a young man on the autism spectrum. Joshua is applying for our Fall 2017 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference. You can read more about the organization and how to [...]

By |December 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Teen with Autism Graduates with 4.0 GPA; Announced as School’s Valedictorian

One of our favorite stories from the past few years comes from Montel Medley, a 17-year-old with autism who in 2014 graduated from Surrattsville High School with a 4.0 GPA. Because of his academic achievements he was announced that June [...]

By |August 4th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Teen with Autism Graduates with 4.0 GPA; Announced as School’s Valedictorian

Postsecondary Scholarship Application Opens for Adults with Autism

Sep 9th, 2013: CEO and Founder of KFM Making a Difference, Kerry Magro, holds this scholarship very dear to his heart. Kerry was diagnosed with autism at the age of 4. Now at 25, he is a masters graduate from [...]

By |September 9th, 2013|Thoughts|2 Comments

Autism and The College Transition: From an IEP to Reasonable Accomodations

In June 2007, I graduated from high school. It was an amazing time for me. The majority of my classmates and I were off to great new beginnings. My new beginning began at Seton Hall University. “This is going to [...]

By |July 25th, 2010|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Autism and The College Transition: From an IEP to Reasonable Accomodations