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AUSTOMATICE Reece Streeting In News

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Reece Streeting, a young man living with autism, recently launched his very own Youtube Channel to share his story and how he is using his unique talents for personal growth and inspiring others.

The past student of Claremont Special School attended a recent information forum held at his ‘old stomping ground’ aimed at informing up and coming school leavers and their families about services and supports available to them when they leave school.

Reece, supported by CATS Inc, gave an inspiring speech and presentation to the students on having a vision and overcoming challenges when you finish school.

“Finishing school is hard, hey.  But you can achieve things, if you work at it. ” said Reece.

“I’m making my dream of my own Youtube Channel real – I can teach others how to BeatBox and show them what I can do” said the beatboxing competition winner and runner up.

“With the right support I have been able to do this, get some work and have the confidence to go for my drivers license”.

Reece, who has been supported by CATS Inc to achieve these goals,  has his eyes set on  “becoming an International Beatboxing Champion and Youtube sensation”.

Reece’s parents, Bronwyn and Jason, couldn’t be more proud of their son who they say has “become such an inspiration to others – we’re so proud of him”.

And they are not the only ones. Reece’s past teacher, Lisa Wright, of Claremont Special School said “We are so proud of Reece and how CATS Inc continue to support him to achieve his dreams.”  “Having Reece launch his Youtube Channel at our school was both a privilege and an honour” she said.

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