Young people with autism from our local area liked the video. They asked us to add it to our Local Offer website to help raise awareness. We were really happy to do this and think the animation is great.
Karen LowryAfCinfo/SEND Local Offer Website ManagerAchieving for ChildrenUnited Kingdom
This video is not only useful for increasing acceptance in non-autistic children, but we found it incredibly useful also to increase self-awareness in children with Asperger syndrome. It’s a an amazing way to explain the diagnosis to them!
David VagniVice presidentSpazio AspergerItaly
I would like you to make more videos like this! I feel like you are talking about me. The video will help other people to understand me better. I also really like your animated characters!
Maxwell9 years oldVancouver, BD, Canada
This is a really brilliant introduction to understanding autism, very well crafted and a great way to tackle any fear or prejudice in a clever concise manner
Andy OrrickChief of StuffRattling StickUnited Kingdom
Understanding our sometimes complex differences can often be a golden key to happiness and success: this touching animation offers that understanding of autism in such a fun, clear and uplifting way!
Brilliant!!! The descriptions are accurate, and the messages so clear.
Professor Tony AttwoodAdjunct ProfessorGriffith UniversityBrisbane, Queensland, Australia.
We feel this animation is a brilliant way of describing autism and are delighted to include it on the RCGP autism toolkit.
Dr Carole Buckley GPClinical RepresentativeRCGPUnited Kingdom
I love this video, I have watched the video 7 to 8 times already. I also love the animated characters. It seems like it is me in the video.
Rileyage 9Québec, Canada
Succinct, positive, informative, undeniably life changing.
John GreallyCo-FounderAutistic UnionNew Zealand
“Amazing things Happen” gracefully evokes the sensory and emotional experiences of people with Autism. It’s a rallying cry that all people are special encourages tolerance and acceptance in children and in adults and is a must see in ever global classroom.
Shlomit WeisblumDevelopment DirectorAssociation for Children at RiskIsrael