Autism~Kibbles' Rockin' Clubhouse

I had the privilege to be a member of the writing team for Kibbles' Rockin'
Clubhouse, a new video for children with autism and their families.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of the video are donated to the Autism Tree Foundation. Also, Kibbles' Rockin' Clubhouse is listed on Autism Speaks' website as a recommended resource.

To see clips of the Kibbles video click
here. Click on the first picture to the left under the black 'screen' and all the clips will play. The music clip in the flower fields is especially beautiful. The rhythm in this song is set to that of a resting heartbeat. Music and lyrics are written by Angela Neve.
If you have a family member with autism, or you know someone who does, please pass the Kibbles' Rockin' Clubhouse website address to them:

Please take a moment to read the story of two very incredible people, Ann and Scott Leslie, and their journey after a diagnosis revealed autism in their adorable little boy. Please follow the link and peruse their website.

OUR STORY by Ann and Scott Leslie Pictured on the right are Scott and his son, Gage, on the set of Kibbles' Rockin' Clubhouse.
As the parents of a child with autism, Scott and Ann Leslie understand the need for therapeutic products that capture their son Gage’s interest in a fun and motivational medium, while helping to improve his behavioral and communication skills.

Scott and Ann, together with speech therapist Kara Dodds and music therapists Angela Neve and Julie Guy, formed NoteAbilities, Inc. and began the creation of the video series "Kibbles' Rockin' Clubhouse."