Milosz Gasior - Defying Autism with Music
But he is a wonderful musician. He plays non-stop for hours every day. We can help him monetize his talent.
Once you help him get exposure on Youtube, someone might hire him to play the piano at an event or a restaurant.
Milosz Gasior is continuing to defy autism with music. He welcomed tourists with his performances at the Tampa International Airport during the holidays, CBS channel 10 did a story about him. Channels 9 and 13 are preparing news segments about him as well. It speaks so much about our Polish Community that continues to support him. Polish Assistance, Inc. non-profit in New York, is now his sponsor.
Polish Assistance has set up an account to help pay for Milosz’s piano lessons. (link to donate)
Milosz is a 20-year-old autistic musician who was diagnosed with severe to moderate autism when he was a two and half years old. He did not utter a word until he was three years old. Although Milosz continues with his speech therapy, he struggles with his speech and comprehension, which negatively impacts any social interactions. Milosz requires one on one assistance to be able to participate in any activity at school and at home.
Imagine being told that your two-year-old has moderate to severe autism. Imagine being told by a school psychologist that your five-year-old’s IQ is zero. Now imagine looking at your 18-year-old playing the piano in front of audiences – Chopin, Mozart, or Bach – but still not being be able to choose his socks. Milosz’s achievements on the piano are exceptional – all due to his hard work and unwavering support from his family and the Polish-American community where he is a frequent performing artist.