Posts Tagged With: Autism

Somethings are just worth sharing.

We find ourselves in Scouting working with young men of every color and stripe.  They come to us as they are in the hopes that they will realize the adventure of Scouting.  In many cases in their own way.
I was bumping around on Facebook this morning and stumbled on this little video.  A guy I served in Alaska with shared it.  You may have seen this before.. but it is worth sharing here on the blog.
This little gal is autistic.  As I watched this I could not help but think of the the autistic Scouts I have worked with and the joy of seeing their sometimes hidden talents.  This gal showed her talent loud and proud!
Take the time to watch… and by the way.. I love the song too.
By the way.. the video says Blind Girl.  I read the report on this.  She is autistic and wears the glasses to remain focused.  Those that work with autism know that this is common.
Have a Great Scouting Day!

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