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Non-Verbal Autistic Valedictorian Urges Classmates to Use Their Voices

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A post shared by Communication 4 ALL (@communication4allorg)In her commencement address, she also mentioned another of her heroes, Mr.

Fred Rogers. Most famous as the host of the preschool television series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, he graduated from Rollins College in 1951.“During my freshman year, I remember hearing a story about our favorite alumnus, Mister Rogers.

When he died, a handwritten note was found in his wallet. It said, ‘Life is for service.’ You have probably seen it on the plaque by Strong Hall.

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