On Monday September 14th, founder Connor Archer spoke to a group of students in an adaptive P.E. class at Husson University.
Archer was invited by his older brother Cameron Archer, who is also taking the class at Husson University currently.
Archer talked about the challenges he faced as an individual living with Autism, including the key roles that Physical Education had on his development. He also talked about how his therapies played a role as well.
This is one of many speeches/presentations that Archer will be giving throughout the fall. If you have any questions about his story, or you would like him to come speak at your engagement, please contact him at: email@example.com.
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Last Updated on Saturday September 4th, 2021 at 9:57am
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