LANSING, Mich. — On July 17th local autism advocate Xavier DeGroat will be on the national TV show - HUCKABEE as one of what its host Governor Mike Huckabee calls “Huck’s Hero” for his national autism advocacy.
The HUCKABEE show is part of the Trinity Broadcasting Network channel and will air on July 18th and 19 th . CEO Xavier has always been a wonderful networker of many leading world figures such as the Dalai Lama, Rudy Giuliani, Stephen Hawking, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jimmy Carter, Jack Nicklaus and one that remains is Governor Huckabee. Now Xavier is making it national to help spread awareness more and more until acceptance is taken further. Autism has no boundary or location.
Most recently was a leader in concluding with the state legislature and the Governor to pass 3 law enforcement laws that would allow any individual on the autism spectrum to register at the department of state so that their vehicle registration, Driver’s license or state ID informs the officer that whomever there approaching is on the spectrum. He will even be carrying on the policy change he did in Michigan to the federal level.
For more information please visit our website www.xavierdegroatfoundation.org or Mike Huckabee’s website www.huckabee.tv to stay in the loop.
About the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation:
Founded in January 2018, the mission of the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation is to create and promote opportunities for people with autism through advocacy, education, economic opportunities, and humanitarian efforts. Xavier DeGroat, the Foundation’s CEO and Founder, was diagnosed with autism at age four and has experienced discrimination, economic and job setbacks, and educational difficulties throughout his life. Xavier has decided to dedicate his life to helping others and is working to create a society that better understands autism and enables those with autism to be successful.
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