Florida-native Haley Moss is not your average attorney.

At age 3, she could read and do 100-piece jigsaw puzzles, but she was non-verbal. With no speech, Moss’ parents took her to the doctor, where she was diagnosed with autism.

Doctors worried at the time she may never be able to live independently or gain meaningful employment, but throughout her life, she’s been proving those fears wrong — just last month, she made history.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/02/18/woman-becomes-first-openly-autistic-person-admitted-to-florida-bar/

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