Man With Autism Has the Sweetest Reaction When Santa Visits - Heartwarming!



  • 2012-12-26T17:22:26

The parents are way more excited than the boy, which kind of makes me feel bad for Santa lol... My younger brother is autistic, and he would probably have reacted the same way (he has Santa all figured out). But he lights up whenever someone he loves comes for a visit or when he sees something he genuinely feels excited about.

  • 2012-12-26T17:19:40

Mark I am sorry you didn't get the gist of the video, you are perhaps not familiar with those with Autism or Autistic Spectrum Disorder, a flat reaction is always there. However, the fact that the young man acted in such a calm manner was a HUGE reaction.

  • 2012-12-26T17:13:07

Trevor's ability to give Santa a hug, to say kind things to Santa, might be uncharacteristic. Some autistic people simply do not interact with or acknowledge others at all; of course, we have no idea where Trevor is on the spectrum. It would be more evident to us were we Trevor's family. My own pastor has a child who, at 2, attempted to clap for the first time. It was cause for a family celebration for a child who may never be potty trained or learn very much language.

  • 2012-12-26T17:06:30

boring. deceptive 'advertising' - he has no reaction. makes me distrust godtube. not heart-warming. I'm guessing this is a friend of somebody at godtube. it was a bad idea for godtube to recommend this.

  • 2012-12-26T17:02:37

What sweet, loving parents. I definitely saw how much they loved their child and wanted to please him with this surprise visit from Santa.

  • 2012-12-26T16:49:07

I don't get it... I did not see much of a reaction to Santa and he had to be told to give him a hug. Nothing to say bad about the idea, but do not get the gist of this video... kind of a flat reaction.

  • 2012-12-26T16:21:49

It is wonderful that the heart of those that are looked at as differently can find the enjoyment and heart warming experience such as Santa visiting them. I am a mother of an Asperger's child, the cousin to a mother of an Autistic child and know many others that have a pure heart and pure honesty to the effect of unconditional warmth and love that others that are judgemental do not see. Please hug your child and loved ones that are different, regardless of the difference and let them know they are loved and appreciated for who they are and what they can give. God bless the children of the world!

  • 2012-12-26T16:20:11

God bless him, and Santa, too.

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