The pair stars as brother and sister on Amazon's new emotion-filled dramedy "As We See It," which centers the lives of young adults on the autism spectrum.
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"We need to do better for the next generation of girls."
"Being autistic is central to who I am," the "Prison Break" actor wrote, adding that his diagnosis "isn't something I'd change."
"We began to venture into the wilderness regularly, opting out of the Zooms and classwork entirely."
"While schools may be slow to find a place for families like mine, sometimes a good-natured big brother can make a difference."
"Or at least the first to admit it," he joked.
"Unable to keep a job in my 20s, I went on disability and started escorting to make some extra money."
Josey shares his experience of living with autism and encouraging people with disabilities to pursue their dreams.
"When ski patrol officers flagged me down... they insisted service animals are not allowed on the slopes. But I refused to let that be the end of the conversation."