On April 12, 2017 there was a meeting to raise awareness for Autism presented by Zoe, who has had personal trials with the syndrome, as her brother had autism. In her introduction, she stated, “you may consider them unintelligent but they’re not… they’re just like us, they’re just a little quirky.” She also gave some examples of other autistic people she knew; for example, she mentioned someone she knew who had autism could simply glance at a cityscape and draw it from memory. There was also another autistic child who could ramble on forever about cars. Zoe said that people are usually diagnosed at the age two, and added her insight by stating that, “it’s so crazy they’re fighting to cure it… it’s not curable!” and continues on with, “they don’t get it. It’s heartbreaking.” She revealed later in the meeting that her brother died in a car accident that bother her and her mother were present for. It is so important to raise awareness for these types of real situations and ensure that those affected do not become forgotten. This is what the main message was from Zoe’s performance; autistic children are people just a little different and that doesn’t mean that it’s wrong, just that people naturally back away because they don’t understand it but it is something very amazing.