Thursday, November 29, 2007

"Top Model" contender hopes her success will inspire others

Heather Kuzmich, who has Asperger's syndrome, was among the final five competitors on "America's Next Top Model" before being eliminated from the competition. "I wanted to prove that I could do this," said Kuzmich, who was upfront about her disability. "I also wanted to show other girls who possibly had this disability that it's possible to do modeling and to do what they want to do." ABC News

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I salute her for the courage as well as her determination to be successful despite her disabilities. I, too have a son who was diagnosed with PDD, a form of autism. I discovered that my son has a good projection in front of the camera since he was a baby. I am inspired and hopeful that someday my son will be like Heather too.


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