Welcome to Tommy’s website!  Whee!!!

Perhaps Tommy’s YouTube channel “lookyus” brought you here, or maybe you wish to follow his journey as a Paralympic hopeful for Tokyo 2020! Maybe you are a fellow Disney enthusiast, or perhaps you have Autism, or love someone with Autism, and want to learn about Tommy’s childhood, his Autism Assistance Dog Guide, Adel, or his family! We’re so glad you came, and hope you enjoy exploring this site, and reach out to us and say hello!

You can also say hi to Tommy at his  Facebook Page!  He loves Facebook and enjoys chatting.

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Tommy's Athletics Canada coach Heather has a wonderful dog named Pippen, and Tommy had fun playing and acting out a favourite Jungle Book scene with Pippen while in Flagstaff for Altitude training! Adel was more laid back, but enjoyed the fun too!
You can hear Heather speak about Tommy here in this new Runner's World Magazine story which includes a video of Tommy in Flagstaff! Click here:
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To get tonight's results in real time there's an app called "finished results live". Tommy's race is the Steve Scott invitational - 5000 m 7:50 pm tonight and 1500 m 4:40 pm tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tommy Des Brisay-Autism Means Friendship updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tommy Des Brisay-Autism Means Friendship added 37 new photos to the album: Flagstaff Altitude Training Camp April 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Runner's World and Runner's World Magazine for including Tommy in this awesome story about runners with autism! There's a video about Tommy, too!
Thank you to Heather Hennigar, who coached Tommy in Chula Vista and Flagstaff at the Athletics Canada training camps and spoke about Tommy in the video, and to all the amazing runners in the video with Tommy at the track the day the filming took place, and every day over the past weeks!!! Thank you to everyone at Ottawa Lions Track and Field Club and Athletics Canada, and all the wonderful people in Tommy's life who have supported him in their own way, for embracing him, celebrating with him, and helping make it very cool to be an autistic runner! Wishing all the best to the other autistic runners featured in this story, and encouraging all aspiring runners to put your shoes on, or to pursue your own passion, whatever it may be!!!!
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Tommy T-shirts:

If you wish to buy a T-shirt to support Tommy, click here to take you to the T-shirt page!


66 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Hey tommy and Maryanne im Laura I’m 22 and live in Idaho I like watching your videos I’m a Disney fan to . I have a disability to it’s a Learning disability hope to hear back from you

    1. Hello Laura, This is MaryAnn! We are so glad you enjoy Tommy’s videos 🙂 How wonderful that you are also a Disney fan! Thanks for your comment, it made us smile. Autism Means Friendship oxox

  2. Hi Tommy, I love your YouTube videos. Maybe I have to show up the same time you do at Disney. I am a professional mermaid, and I take care of kids that have autism. I love your Disney videos and your story is amazing.

    Take care,
    Isatu/Ice or Mermaid Morgan

    1. Hi Mermaid Morgan! This is MaryAnn! Thanks for your message and your kind words. The kids you take care of are lucky to have a mermaid friend! Sounds magical 🙂 Hugs oxox

  3. Hello Tommy and MaryAnn. I absolutely love watching your YouTube videos. They are amazing and make me smile. I am also a massive fan of Disney! I suffer from selective mutism which led to social anxiety disorder and having no friends and I don’t go out much. Watching your videos has made me re-evaluate all of my fears and anxieties because Tommy seems to have a positive outlook on life and is always happy. Thank you for these amazing videos.

    1. Hi Courtney, This is MaryAnn! Thanks for your message. Tommy struggles with a lot of anxiety too. We share his most positive moments, because that is what Tommy feels best sharing with the world. He truly is joyful and loves to share his enthusiasm with everyone. He prefers to keep his more difficult moments private. We hope that others understand how important this is, while enjoying sharing in Tommy’s best golden moments and successes! I hope you find passions and interests that help you overcome the challenges you face. Tommy’s love of Disney, running, his dog Adel, and many other things have all helped him to thrive! Best wishes to you, big hug, MaryAnn

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