Four Special Videos That Inspired in 2010

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As 2010 winds down we continue our special needs year in review.
Watch four inspiring videos that came out in 2010.

If you have any video suggestions for us please share in the comments.

Matty B Raps for seven year old sister

Matty B is a talented seven year old rapper with several music videos on YouTube totaling over 20 million views. Below is a video that Matty B dedicated to his sister Sara Grace who has Down Syndrome.

What Would You Do?

A hard-working supermarket clerk is bagging groceries at the end of the express checkout lane. He’s doing a good job, but an impatient customer checks her watch and starts to criticize.A hard-working supermarket clerk is bagging groceries at the end of the express checkout lane. He’s doing a good job, but an impatient customer checks her watch and starts to criticize.“What Would You Do?” gets reactions to verbal abuse of clerk with special needs.

The Ike Special

Ike Ditzenberger. Ike, 17 is a junior at Snohomish (Wash.) High School. His dream has always been to follow in his brother’s steps and play football. Ike has Down Syndrome. Earlier this year Ike got the chance of a lifetime. He scored a 51 yard touchdown with 10 seconds left in the game. The play called the “Ike Special” is a touching moment where a group of Super competitve high school athletes realize that sometimes there are more important things in life than competing and scoring points.

That Annoying Kid

Have you ever walked in to a restaurant to have a quiet peacefull meal and there is an annoying kid next to you?
Watch what happens.

Tzvi

Written on 2010/12/29 by:

Tzvi

Tzvi Schectman is the Family Coordinator for the Friendship Circle of Michigan and the Editor of the the Friendship Circle Blog. You can connect with Tzvi on LinkedIn and Google+
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