The music video struck George as the best way to reach his classmates because of his communication difficulties.
"Sometimes he'll go over the top responding to something or he'll get upset in class and other kids don't necessarily know how to deal with it," Lisa Jolley, George's mom explained. "It takes him longer to process information -- to see the big picture. Why should I be quiet? Why do I have to sit for so long while class is going? What we try and illustrate is that he has so much in his head."
George's video does a spectacular job giving people who are unfamiliar with what living with, or caring for someone with autism can be like. It isn't the end of the world. It can be challenging, but all worthwhile things are.
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