Welcome!

Welcome to Tommy’s website!  We’re so glad you came.

On this site you will learn more about Tommy!  We’ll share videos from Tommy’s YouTube channel “lookyus” and keep you up to date about all the exciting things Tommy is up to in his life including: training as a para-athlete, traveling to Disney, and hanging out with his guide dog Adel, friends and family.



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

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That magical day when Tommy and his friend Allie met Buzz and Woody 😊 and now there's over 1 million views! youtu.be/me6_IUbLVIA ... See MoreSee Less

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That time Tommy danced with many bears and a teeny tiny Anna.... 😍
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Zoom Autism released its new issue! Enjoy 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Issue 10 of ZOOM Autism Magazine is now LIVE. Check it out and then please SHARE SHARE SHARE this link because as always ZOOM is FREE and written for the autism community BY the autism community!

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When you have a really amazing treadmill and fantastic workout area in your own basement, it's best to share it with friends! Sometimes you even get to be their coach!

Thanks, Jay, for hanging out and working out with Tommy! You're a great friend!
#autismmeansfriendship

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If your New Year's resolution was to get in shape, perhaps your resolve is waning right about now? If you need some motivation, or perhaps a good chuckle, here is a video from 2013 where Tommy acts as Cousin Iain's personal trainer! We hope it brings a smile to you! Enjoy!
#oldmanfliesofftreadmill
#oldmansurvivestreadmilldisaster
#UncleChrisismadeoftoughstuff

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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!

 

59 thoughts on “Welcome!”

  1. Hi, I recently found your videos. I absolutely love them. I am actually learning about autism. I have an older half sister who i just met last year (she was adopted) and she has autism. I believe she is nonverbal. It’s hard to understand what she says, but I love spending time with her and she always plays with my pony tail

    1. Hi Sabrina! This is Tommy’s mom 🙂 Thanks for your sweet message. We wish you and your new sister many, many magical moments and love. Thanks for watching and writing to Tommy! Hugs oxox

    1. Hi Matt! Thank you for the amazing picture of Tommy with Mickey and Minnie for Tommy’s 24th birthday! It is awesome! We are so happy you wrote 🙂 Merry Christmas to you! – MaryAnn, Tommy’s mom

  2. I have four of my favorite Tommy you tubes on my google+ page. My most favorite is the one where he’s dancing with the little girl dressed as Anna from Frozen.

  3. Hi Tommy and Company!
    I wrote you a comment a couple months back when I first discovered “lookyus”. I just thought it was time for an update! I still love your videos and I still think that you’re absolutely amazing! That hasn’t changed at all! But I just wanted to let you know that I finished my first half-marathon today in 2:55:13! My goal was to be under 3 hours and seeing as how I only started running 4-5 months ago, I feel pretty proud! Was thinking of you most of the time. It was pretty cold (30 F), seeing as how I’m a Floridian, but I just reminded myself that it wasn’t as cold as it was in Canada. Coming up in April, I’m planning on running a Disney race! I’m really excited about that (I plan on doing many more!). Hopefully I’ll see you around sometime at a race or just a Disney trip. I’m actually going tomorrow, so that’s exciting. I hope you had a good Valentine’s Day! 🙂
    -Your Floridian friend ,
    Abi

    1. Hey Abi, That is an amazing first half marathon accomplishment! You rock! We are sending you cyber hugs. Keep up the wonderful journey, and we hope to meet you someday <3

  4. Hey Tommy! I watched all your videos on the website and 2 on YouTube. I’m even adding something about you and your dogs in my speech about autism!

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