Zuma is a 12-year-old boy with autism, from California. Sometimes, Zuma feels discouraged because he is not as popular among the kids in his community. His potential is trapped; locked inside his mind. While other kids can describe their thoughts with words, Zuma thinks in pictures. He struggles with words, and has a hard time expressing himself. His dad is stressed out, and unhappy. Luckily, help comes from professionals who know the perfect strategy to bring out Zuma’s potential to read, speak, and play. They understand that Zuma is not the only one who is different; everyone is. They help Zuma and his family to understand that individuals with disabilities are just as capable as everyone else. Zuma confronts his fears, and ultimately, sets the stage for inclusive education.