‘Autism’s Got Talent Michigan’ deadline is quickly approaching–get your submissions in

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Former Detroit Lions kicker Eddie Murray spoke with News 10 about “Autism’s Got Talent Michigan,” Hope Network’s virtual contest for children and young adults on the spectrum.

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The “Autism’s Got Talent Michigan” contest is for ages 25 and under. The deadline to upload a video is April 21. Voting starts on April 11.

About the competition

Autism’s Got Talent Michigan is more than an online talent competition and fundraiser – it’s a celebration of ability. The Hope Network Foundation invites autistic children and young adults throughout Michigan to showcase their talents and take a chance at several prizes.

Anthony Ianni

Award-winning speaker, author, and former Michigan State basketball player

At the age of 4, Anthony was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, which is on the Autism Spectrum. Doctors said he was unlikely to do the things he and his family dreamed of – to go to college, be an athlete, and live independently. Anthony was determined to change that outlook, working hard with the support of family, teachers, and coaches. He went on to attend and play basketball at Grand Valley State, then Michigan State, where he was part of a team that won two Big Ten Championships. Today, he has pledged his life and career to help those who face similar challenges, telling his story across the country.

To submit an entry, or to find out more information, visit the official “Autism’s Got Talent” website here.

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