Michael Coyne lives his day to day life with autism, ADHD, and bipolar disorder. Despite this, he has quite a list of accomplishments under his belt. He is an accomplished Special Olympics athlete, enjoys doing food prep, and also participates in a hospitality program. Michael hopes to work right in the kitchen of a restaurant one day. Once Michael turned 21, he made it his goal to start joining in on the workforce and make his dream come true. However, he soon realized that none of the employers were willing to hire a man with autism. Michael Coyne is tired of being told 'no' by the workforce because of his disabilities Michael Coyne \/ YouTube | WPRI "I applied to multiple places," Michaels tells WPRI-TV. "None of them would hire me." Despite one rejection after another, he used this as motivation instead of giving up. He took everything into his own hands. So, he took some classes at the Rhode Island Developmental Disability Center and got some help from his parents. As a result, he's able to open his own coffee shop called Red, White & Brew. RELATED: Man With Autism Asks The Internet \u201cWould Someone Like Me?\u201d And Receives The Support Of Thousands Michael\u2019s mother Sheila Coyne speaks to the news outlet about the whole experience. Watching her own son be told 'no' for something he cannot control. \u201cAs parents, we look at our kids and see the value,\u201d she says. \u201cWe see what they are capable of, instead of the system that\u2019s consistently labeling them and putting barriers.\u201d He is focusing on the theme of inclusion in his coffee shop Right White & Brew \/ WPRI His mother continues, \u201cWhat I liked about the coffee shop idea is the community. We learn on both sides. We teach people, \u2018Yeah, he has a disability, but look what he\u2019s doing.\u2019 And he\u2019s out in the community getting his social skills.\u201d Michael always provides service with a smile and says his goal for the shop is to run with the theme of inclusion. He plans to hire employees both with and without special needs. \u201cWe just want to integrate,\u201d Michael says. Michael Coyne \/ Facebook Michael's mom says she hopes that by Michael doing this, it can help open doors for other special needs individuals who are looking for work and struggling. \u201cI couldn\u2019t be more proud of him. He\u2019s done amazing things,\u201d his mom says. \u201cAnd he\u2019s just a really good human being. You feel that when you come in.\u201d Check out some more news coverage below, including an interview with Michael himself!