Matthew Kenslow, A Renowned Author on Autism Spectrum Disorder, Expands Autism Awareness and Acceptance to Social Media

Matthew Kenslow continues to use social media to create awareness and acceptance on what it’s like to live with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and how people with “disabilities” can live happier and more fulfilled lives.

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SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY , 2023 — Renowned and award-winning author and Royal Rangers Commander, Matthew Kenslow, has taken his campaign of educating people to social media. The campaign seeks to help people with autistic family and friends to better understand what it feels like to live with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He is using his social media handles to expand his reach for this campaign.

Having a Facebook page solely dedicated to his book Juggling the Issues: Living With Asperger’s Syndrome, he continues to tell of his daily challenges and how he overcomes those challenges. According to him, being autistic is not a barrier to one’s life dreams and aspirations, but an opportunity to be more than an average “disabled” — all thanks to their unique enhancer wired into their brains.

Autism is more prevalent in our society than most people think. In 2021, the CDC reported that approximately 1 in 44 children in the US is diagnosed with autism, according to a 2018 data. Going further, 1 in 27 boys is identified with autism, and 1 in 116 girls is identified with autism. This statistical data proves that more people have autism than one thinks.

For this reason, Matthew Kenslow is preaching societal acceptance of autistic people on Youtube and TikTok. Matthew Kenslow has continued to lead a normal life, set goals for himself, and see those goals achieved.

Additionally, by encouraging people with autism to do the same, believing that as more people in the society accept autistic people, it will unchain them from self-doubt and boost their confidence.

His awareness campaign has gone beyond talking about autism on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Matthew Kenslow beckons on the abled and disabled to join hands to make the world a better place, believe in themselves and spread kindness wherever they go. For Kenslow, making the world a better place reduces the high number of people who fall into depression and commit suicide.

In an interview with 9-Figure Media, Matthew said, “ I believe this world will be a better place once everybody comes to that agreement and chooses to A) be nice, and B) believe in themselves. I know that need is out there because I witness it everyday (in my life and in news stories). There is so much discrimination and hatred and depression and suicides and lack of confidence in this world, and I would love to do whatever I can to motivate 8 billion people and the next generation.”

Speaking further on what inspired his decision to make the world a better place, he continues, “I actually had a dear friend to me who committed suicide in 2021 and I’ve never been the same since; I therefore will do anything and will be unstoppable in helping this world, but in the end, I acknowledge that it is everyone’s individual choice, which is what I went on the record with beforehand on social media.”

About the Author

Matthew Kenslow has endured two decades of discrimination from people who thought “Autism” meant “Alien.” Even in the heat of all these discriminations, he has achieved his goals and exceeded personal boundaries. Not letting that stop him, he became a pianist, juggler, award-winning author, Eagle-Scout equivalent, Royal Rangers commander, substitute teacher, and social media influencer with hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

He went further to write an award-winning book, Juggling the Issues: Living with Asperger’s Syndrome which is a book where he tells the world exactly what it is like to live with Autism, the pros and the cons. This book has made an inspiring difference to several people worldwide – both for the neurodivergent and the neurotypical.

Using his social media handles, he inspires deeply about how to live a happy life in the face of glaring discrimination.

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