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Also on his schedule for 2015: Colorado, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Illinois, Nebraska, Arizona and Ohio.His mother, Kat Mc Mahon, will join him for at least two conferences, giving attendees both the child's and the parent's perspective, which she says would have been valuable to her when Zaborny was a child. I couldn't put my finger on it, but I just knew that that wasn't the diagnosis."Many children with Asperger's are good at math and science, but Zaborny's gifts were in language and writing.She says Zaborny knew that college was the next step for him."It was a new beginning," she says. "Before people knew about his Asperger's, they just thought he was 'different,' and no one wants that stigma," she says.

By 8, he was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a milder form of autism spectrum disorder.After her fatal fall – the sound of which he recorded on his cellphone – he went out into Surfers Paradise in the early hours of the morning, walked around and ordered pizza, all without ringing either police or the ambulance service.READ MORE: * Gable Tostee: Why did the jury take so long to reach a verdict?Through his talks, Zaborny, who says he didn't fully come to terms with his diagnosis until college, is using his experience to help change that stigma and help others like him lead productive adult lives."I believe that people can do anything they put their minds to," he says. "Obviously, there might be certain limitations, but within reason, I think people can do anything."Onlinethezezconnection.com Advocacy Five tips for college success In his presentation, Zach Zaborny, a 25-year-old Kansas State University grad with Asperger syndrome, provides these five tips for college students on the autism spectrum.1.

By 8, he was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a milder form of autism spectrum disorder.

After her fatal fall – the sound of which he recorded on his cellphone – he went out into Surfers Paradise in the early hours of the morning, walked around and ordered pizza, all without ringing either police or the ambulance service.

READ MORE: * Gable Tostee: Why did the jury take so long to reach a verdict?

Through his talks, Zaborny, who says he didn't fully come to terms with his diagnosis until college, is using his experience to help change that stigma and help others like him lead productive adult lives."I believe that people can do anything they put their minds to," he says.

"Obviously, there might be certain limitations, but within reason, I think people can do anything."Onlinethezezconnection.com Advocacy Five tips for college success In his presentation, Zach Zaborny, a 25-year-old Kansas State University grad with Asperger syndrome, provides these five tips for college students on the autism spectrum.1.

He described him as probably suffering from Asperger's syndrome.