Dancing Barista

As I was browsing through Facebook, I saw a post on autism teenager. I thought this might be something meaningful to share around! The following text below was extracted from https://www.facebook.com/carlysvoice/ and I do not claim any credit for this.

“I would like to introduce you to a teenager named Sam. When he was offered a position to work at Starbucks Sam told his parents that his life had meaning. Sam was diagnosed with autism and with a movement disorder. Sam never thought he would be able to work behind the bar but his manager Chris believed in him. They turned his movements into dance and now Sam is known as the dancing barista. More people like Sam need to be seen and heard.”


Post and Video courtesy of Carly Fleischmann

Published by Vincent Tan

Hi there! Thank you for visiting! My name is Vincent Tan, and I am a multi-disciplinary person who works in a tech company handling social media engagement and operations. I am passionate about cocktails, writing, photography and the world around me. I can't promise that you'll like the stuff I write/post. But let me take you to the world from my lens.

4 thoughts on “Dancing Barista

  1. As far as disorders go, this has got to be the most joyous and contagious one there is. I might find myself dancing out my pre-coffee irritability if this guy was making my coffee. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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