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As of today, according to the CDC 1 in 44 students are autistic. They can often feel like burdens. This video makes them feel valued.
— Mickey Rowe
UNITED STATES, January 24, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — As of today, according to the CDC 1 in 44 students are autistic. That is just one of a plethora of reasons our kids are feeling excluded by their classmates and devalued by society. But this video makes them feel valued.
Students with disabilities like autism can often feel like burdens. This video of an autistic and legally blind person giving a speech in front of the whole High School makes them feel valued. “Our differences are our strengths.” says Mickey Rowe
Mickey Rowe the speaker went from non-speaking to special education, speech therapy, and occupational therapy to getting to be the lead actor in the Tony-award winning play Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and getting rave reviews in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Now he works with students on school culture and valuing each other’s differences.
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Autistic, legally blind, and giving a speech in front of the whole High School
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