'All He Has to Say'
features award winning singer/songwriter aika (Aika Hirahara) on vocals, music by Music Producer/songwriter Nicolas Farmakalidis, with lyrics written by Boston songwriter Will Carr after reading a poem written by Lea Bishop about autism. Lea Bishop has been working with children with autism for two years, and has spent the past year as a teacher’s assistant at the May Center for Child Development school in Randolph, MA. She is devoting her higher education to bettering herself in order to change the lives of those on the spectrum. Creating this song has gone from an artistic expression to a full out campaign to spread awareness and raise money for autism.
'All He Has to Say’ was written to and for children with autism.
A portion of the proceeds from this song will go to benefit the May Center for Child Development. The Center is one of five special education schools operated by May Institute, a national nonprofit organization that serves individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, mental illness, and other behavioral health needs. The May Center is a full-day, year-round school for children and adolescents with ASD and other special needs from preschool to age 22.
It is time to make a change
. With the combination of Will Carr’s vision, Nicolas Farmakalidis’ musical composition and production, aika’s emotional singing and Lea’ dedication to autism awareness, "All He Has To Say"
is a quadruple threat, creating the ability to move families and help raise money to aid the research in autism.