Autism song inspires many

Autism song inspires many

It's a story of an inspiring couple who has put out a CD, filled with music about their little girl that's been attracting a lot of attention, even from the White House.

Robert and Sandy Waters wrote the song "Faith, Love and Hope" about their 6-year-old daughter Candice.  Their youngest son is described by their doctors as normal. However, when their daughter was born, there were no signs of autism until she was three.

Robert and Sandy's song is starting to gather national attention.

The President and Laura Bush like it. In fact, in this letter to the Waters, they say they play it all the time.

The song has been praised by Barak Obama, Hillary Clinton, Dick Durbin.

The couple also has an internet radio show, where the list of guests reads like a who's who from Hollywood -- and in politics.

The Waters' internet radio broadcast, which originates in the laundry room of their home goes all over the world.  If you would like to check out the Waters' website, click here.