A video promoting tһе funding οf early intervention, аחԁ special education programs аחԁ services. Thank уου tο those people wһο took tһе time tο accept,teach, аחԁ Ɩονе, mу son. Tһе music іѕ bу Christian recording artist Sara Groves, tһе song іѕ “Yου Cаחחοt Lose mу Lονе″.

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25 Responses to “My Son has Autism”
  1. Danny66679 says:

    Great Video!

  2. josiahsfire says:

    Nice video! I came across it while looking for that Sara Groves song, which I love. We have a 4 year old boy with autism. We made a similar video you may be interested in. I’ll send you the link.

  3. MyCrazyLife89 says:

    you are so right, autism needs no cure

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  5. aspie101 says:

    We never had a lot of money. We have lived in crappy living conditions since I was born. ABA is effective because it stimulates the areas of the brain that control communication functions. Basically, it is positive parenting except that it practiced by professionals for a dedlcated time. As a child matures, autistic symptoms decrease in severity.

  6. SamathaVSantiago says:

    I live in Charlotte NC. my son has Autism.. He can not speak,, very heart breaking… There aren’t any programs here to assistant unless, you have the funds for it.. We live to check to check…
    Where do I go for support?

  7. aspie101 says:

    While early therapy is very effective, I would reccomend that people see the true meaning of “autism prevention.” Autism has many more genetic factors than environmental factors. What I am trying to say is that some autism “charities” promote discrimination of autistics.

  8. lovinmydh says:

    Yes she is amazing :) I saw that same concert just this week in PA!!!

  9. daddillon1464 says:

    i just want to say that she is amazing! we saw her in concert last night in plymouth mass along with 3 other christian groups and it was just amazing. shes awesome! i just want to say god bless everyone this holiday.

  10. AspergerWomen says:

    AWA~ Asperger Women Association approves this video / public service message. Bless and love our Aspie and Autie Children.

  11. Yetti0 says:

    Lovely video. I am a female aspie acknowledged last year at 56. We need no cure..its not a disease. Your message is correct. I had a wonderful life and my aspie mom raised me like any child. I was free to be me. I love being an aspie.

  12. lovinmydh says:

    NEVER lose hope! I can only imagine how hard it is for you and I am sure there are days when you just want to scream (probably lots! ;) ). It’s easy to get caught up in how tough it is though, and loose site of the amazing gift of our children (I know I’ve had my moments!). But thats why I made this video, because I needed to remind myself that my son isn’t a diagnosis. Sometimes we have to look harder to find our child within the autism , but they ARE there. I will say a prayer for you!

  13. MySonHasAutism says:

    Very nice video, it gives me hope. As a single parent widower, I need all the hope I can muster for my son.

  14. adrishelton says:

    Very touching video! ^^
    Always
    Unique
    Totally
    Interesting
    Sometimes
    Mysterious

  15. jmillsxx says:

    My son to has Autism and was dx at 2.5yrs. He to can show emotion, he can kiss, hug, laugh. Its a very misunderstood disorder especially by those it does not effect. I fought against his dx as I thought children with ASD never showed emotion or happiness, HOW WRONG WAS I. Your son is gorgeous!But as this is a hidden disability the general public need a greatera awareness on autism, all our children are different and are not the RAINMAN.

  16. HannahVictoriaP says:

    aww that is soo sad

  17. mmurra09 says:

    I’m a cold hearted man with a stone heart and that video melted it!

  18. svandersen says:

    Neither of my sons have autism. In fact as far as we know they have no unique diagnosis. When searching for songs to use in family videos i came across yours. As I held back a tear I thought i must send you a message to tell you how beautiful your family is. May God continue to Bless always.

  19. wiscsuzski says:

    I agree. Well done!

  20. Hurriken42 says:

    In your video you say “My son is amazing”. Actually I think your amazing too.Great video, great family.

  21. godblesskentucky says:

    Very beautiful and powerful video.

  22. MissAya08 says:

    I’m in tears, but I know that as parents of autistic children, we truly do have an understanding of life’s trials and tribulations and although autism is like a puzzle, with so many pieces still missing, the love that we cherish grows stronger by the days.

  23. JennLSanto says:

    Thank you so much for this beautiful video. I have a 7 year old son with autism- AND, Sara Groves is my VERY favorite artist!! Thanks again!

  24. dinahkcm says:

    lovely video, going in to the posautive youtube group and its kids subgroup, thank you! I’d like to add that all children need ‘early intervention’ – just the autistic kids benefit from specially sensitive awareness of their difficulties, and the sooner those are appreciated and addressed the better!

  25. DanniJune says:

    This is one of th best videos made here on youtube, I’m certain of that.

    It is beautiful.

    ~Dannielle~

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