At age 17, Armani Williams is NASCAR's first driver with autism, as reported by BlackDoctor.org. At the age of 2, he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and was non-verbal during his early years. He struggled to engage in daily life and around the age of 8 years old he started taking car racing lessons. At the end of his first lesson, he said to his father, "Dad, I understand.” 

Going to the movies can be difficult with children and even more difficult if you have a child with Autism. This summer multiple movie theaters in Leicester are offering parents an opportunity to attend movies that are more conducive to a student with Autism.