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Dillan Barmache gave an incredible speech during his graduation ceremony at Hale Charter Academy — but that's not even half of it.
What's super impressive is the fact that's he's autistic and he's non-verbal!!
The 14-year-old had often felt trapped inside his own body, unable to speak. With the help of an iPad and a letter board, Dillan was able to give his speech.
"Hello, my name is Dillan Barmache. When I examine each day, it's just incredible how a student, an autistic one, could ever feel a part of a class of future academics. Education is a better institution when all students have opportunity, plus a chance to take an idea and see the lessons within. With your mind, no one can place limits on where an idea can take you. Living without a voice creates almost no way to be heard, but there are people who refuse to think in a box.
Open your mind in high school. You will learn to think about different ideas, and examine new findings. Always look inside other peoples experience in order to gain another perspective outside of books.
Only then are we able to start opening our eyes to the amazing things around us. I so believe that there is so much more each one of us can do for other people, causes, and fields of study.
I know too that the thought of high school is daunting, and also exciting. We will be challenged to think for ourselves as we live each day out. Part of education is showing what we have learned, so then tests measure our ability to learn, and are necessary.
However, another measure of learning often seems based on insight and guidance. Insight is a guide that separates our knowledge into what we are taught and what we are capable of doing.
Take a chance to experience your education in a meaningful way, and think outside the box, into yourselves. Insight always leads to truths that an individual either chooses to accept or not.
Always consider looking to your own insight and seeking another viewpoint. We are the reality of our thinking life and are capable of so much if we just open our minds."
Wow, that's incredible! What a seriously amazing speech!
Wanna see Dillan up on stage, giving his speech via iPad??
Then check out the video (below) and get ready to be inspired!