7 must see special needs videos on YouTube!

Special Needs Videos on YouTube

Every few months we collect the latest special needs videos that have inspired us and share them with you. Here are seven videos that are definitely worth watching.

Did we miss any?  Share your favorite special needs videos in the comments below.

Project Kailyn

A remarkable young girl, Kailyn Pieper, who cannot use her arms became the inspiration for a group of Marquette University student engineers and designers working on their senior project.

Twins with Down Syndrome fighting Cancer Together

The story of two identical twins born with Down Syndrome and to make the challenge even greater they both are diagnosed with Leukemia.

Boy Inspires Kids – Kids Inspire Us All

Matt has Spastic Cerebral Palsy, but opted to run in Field Day at Colonial Hills Elementary School despite being given the option to sit it out and despite the incredible challenge of his disability. What transpires is a boy who is filled with determination and a school of children who spontaneously come together and inspire Matt and everyone of us to do and be better.

Hula Hoop Hysteria with Riley

Riley, a fourth grader with Down syndrome shows who’s boss at the local talent show.

Baby hears his mother for the first time

This 8 month old baby was born deaf, watch the moment as his cochlear implant is activated and he hears sound for the first time, and his mother’s voice.

Ethan W and Piano Man

Ethan, a six year old on the autism spectrum plays a Billy Joel favorite.

The Big Surprise

A 6-Year-Old Boy with Cerebral Palsy surprises his U.S. Marine Father when he walks to him for the first time upon his return from deployment.

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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+