Society has a long history of prejudice. We owe it to those who are constantly judged unfairly, and the media has a big part to play.

We hear about equality all the time, but as a society, we don’t practise it much.  We know 1/68 kids here have autism.  Here’s a question: Can we accept  1/68 of all characters on TV be shown to have autism?   If kids watch programs that have such representations in cartoons, sing-a-longs, games, etc, it is likely they will find it perfectly normal to be among students with autism in school and in public places.  This leads to a higher expectation of integration in workplaces.


My mission is to galvanize creatives to do what they do best – to use traditional and new media communications to produce quality entertainment.  Here’s the cause: awareness and acceptance of those who are born with special needs such as autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, ADHD, etc.