Michael started looking for work at the age of 21, but was unsuccessful, so he decided to open his own business.

Michael Quinn has autism, but he hasn’t let rejection from employers frustrate him.

In fact, it must have given him the inspiration to take his destiny into his own hands as he decided to start his own business.

He and his mother started a cafe in North Smithfield, Rhode Island called Red, White & Brew

Michael’s mother, Sheila Quinn, told ABC6 it was difficult to see her autistic son repeatedly rejected in his job search. I suggested that she take another path in life.

It was then that Michael began taking business classes through a state-funded program for people with disabilities. Shortly after completing his school work, he opened his own cafe. Quinn says the business is booming.

“It was fun,” he told ABC6.

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