Sanders, a student at Emerson College, hopes his poem will help kids embrace who they are. “It’s so much a part of me,” he said. “All the little tics and intricacies are an important part of my existence. I hope some little kid who’s getting picked on every day can
I have Tourette’s. Please tell everyone.
2016-11-10T10:11:32-05:00By Lauri Swann Hunt|Categories: Advocacy, Author, blog, Entertainment, General, Henry Recommends, Lifestyle, Media Representation, Neurodiversity, Video, Videos|Tags: advocacy, all disabilities, bullying, cross disability, empowerment, high school, Jamie Sanders, middle school, Neurodiversity, poetry, self-acceptance, special needs, Special Needs Parenting, spoken word, This Time, tourette, tourette syndrome, Tourette's, tourette's syndrome|3 Comments
About the Author: Lauri Swann Hunt
Advocate committed to inclusion & social justice, proud mother of three wonderful humans, and part of the team that started Ollibean.
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