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Jack Robbins is finally releasing his roar.
The 8-year-old Texas boy with severe autism has been only able to express his most basic and immediate needs, uttering single words like “snack,” “water,” and “go.” He doesn’t communicate feelings or emotions.
But to his family’s delight, Jack began singing the familiar refrain from Katy Perry’s hit song “Roar” last week. It was the first time that Jack, who can repeat phrases when asked, had spontaneously strung words together, said his mother, Carla Robbins, who proudly posted a video of her son’s rendition on YouTube.
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