The background of the image is a grey computer keyboard with the letters “C” and “V” blurred. To the left of the spacebar, there is the wheelchair-disabled logo in white on a key. Centered and filling most of the image is a white transparent overlay. On the left of the transparent area image is a photo of Kadin McElwain, a Caucasian male with short dark hair, running, with his name under his photo. To the right of the photo appears Kadin McElwain, a autistic college student and advocate for autism awareness in blue text. Near the bottom of the image is a white bar that stretches across the entire image and transitions into navy blue. In the vibrant blue text, within the bar, appears “Successful. Self-Employed & Disabled”. Above the bar on the left side of the screen, is a white tab with #DFYSPodcast in two shades of blue.

Kadin McElwain, a autistic college student and advocate for autism awareness

Kadin is an advocate for autism awareness in America and a current college student at Kent State University. Having been diagnosed with autism when he was two years old, he’s been able to define all odds and inspire everyone he has come across. Now, he is devoted to helping the autism community get the fair and equal treatment they deserve, inspire people with his story, and show that autism is not a disability, but a different ability.

Kadin was diagnosed with autism when he was two years old and was able to define all odds and live a normal life as an adult in the United States, thanks to the support of his two parents and the various resources that he has received over the years. Now a college student at Kent State University, Kadin is on a mission to inspire people with his life story and spread awareness about autism across the world.

The Kadin McElwain Foundation is an advocacy organization that is committed to spreading awareness about autism throughout the world and inspiring people with autism to be the voice of their own life.

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