Every day is Autism Awareness Day for families who have a child on the spectrum. But during the month of April, which is Autism Awareness Month, we all can raise our voices to let the world know about these special kids. So how about we raise them while singing this great song from CMP favorite Brady Rymer?
The title song off of Brady Rymer’s 2011 release, Love Me for Who I Am, speaks from the point of view of the child as he sings, Please don’t try to fix me/Love me for who I am. His observations about these spirited kids were made over a decade of performing at the New Jersey school, Celebrate the Children, for kids with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.
Want to know how kids feel about this song? Check out this wonderfully inspiring video of Brady Rymer performing for the kids at Celebrate the Children. It’ll make your day, as I’m sure he made theirs. -Christina