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Chelsea Stepp's Beautiful Song for Her Sister Reminds Us Autism Can Bring Blessings, Too (VIDEO)

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June 10, 2014|3:29 pm
Chelsea Stepp (Screenshot: Chelsea Stepp/YouTube)

Singer-songwriter Chelsea Stepp wrote this original song for her sister, Cammi, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2. It's an intimate ballad that recognizes the challenges and the blessings autism can bring to a family.

About the song she said:

"It's hard to understand kids and adults who are just a little bit different from us, but that doesn't mean that we can't spread autism awareness around the world and be more understanding. This song was my best interpretation of how it must feel to be so misunderstood and in a place where you can't just say how you feel."

To learn more about the 21-year-old Stepp, visit her website.

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