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Raising Disability and Empathy Awareness: "What's Up with Nick?"

Parents who have children with disabilities want the same thing for their children as parents of non-disabled children. They want them to experience all of the joys of living full, independent lives. And while most people are compassionate and willing to help families on their incredible 'special' journeys, there are times when they need a bit more information to help them effectively do so. So, although the video is about autism, hopefully takeaways from "What's Up with Nick? will raise awareness about disabilities, diversity, inclusion, and being empathetic. The video is produced by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR).

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