A look аt аח upcoming public television documentary tһаt explores ways οf connecting wіtһ аחԁ embracing tһе sometimes mysterious аחԁ perplexing world οf Autism Spectrum Differences (ASD). More info: www.comebackjack.org

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13 Responses to “Riding Shotgun w/ASD”
  1. PinkPunkyKat says:

    Cna you post the whole show?

  2. pedritooo6 says:

    you are an idiot

  3. Johnsonchick says:

    Thank you, you beautiful people. x

  4. brian09876543 says:

    Jack and Robert,

    You guys rock man. I liked watching your connection to one another.

  5. Sayheycincy says:

    Hi,
    Thanks for your email. And, for watching our video.
    Wanted to let you know, we are wearing seatbelts. Jack has sensory issues with the shoulder strap, but always wears a lap belt.

    Take care,
    Robert

  6. joakimgra says:

    Great video, but you should wear seatbelts.

  7. kattoo13 says:

    i’ve seen many of his videos about his son jack.

  8. philipmisty says:

    thank you!!!! we are riding shotgun w/ hannah! our 6 yr old. everyday is a new chalenge between teachers and doctors and even the gen. public! please think before you speak when you see a child acting out— its not always bad manners or parenting! our children are people too!!!!! thank you for tis vid!!!!

  9. wiscsuzski says:

    Autism Spectrum Differences . I like that. Great video guys! ooh! We have those scooters at our school. We also went through a Bumble Ball phase

  10. Happyautism says:

    This is outstanding – i really enjoyed it

  11. angelofthephantom says:

    Super!!!!!!!! I like the way you show all the activities, after all an autistic child is a child and they love to play too.<3

  12. dinahkcm says:

    very nice, and straight into the youtube posautive group and its /sense subgroup

  13. Shannan30 says:

    This is a great video,all the people in it explain everything perfectly, keep up the good work.

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