Brady Rymer’s “Love Me for Who I Am” Celebrates Kids with Autism and Special Needs

Brady Rymer’s album, Love Me for Who I Am, is a great listen for Autism Awareness Month, which is coming up in just a few weeks. This project has made a strong connection with children who often find it very hard to connect to their worlds, and it sends kids on the autism spectrum a message of self-confidence and empowerment through rock ‘n’ roll.

Check out this video that tells the story behind Love Me for Who I Am, featuring the students at the Celebrate the Children School in New Jersey, who inspired Rymer to create this album.

Learn more about the story behind the project here. Rymer’s live performance schedule can be viewed here.