Watching the Amazing Things Happen video is a joyous experience every parent would want share with their children.
Andrew CulkinSafe Places Organisation CICNottinghamshire, United Kingdom
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
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
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
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!