In sixth grade, Paul Rabil was diagnosed with and . Now he’s one of the top lacrosse players in the world. An all-star for 10 seasons in a row, he was named the sport’s most valuable player in 2009. He’s also a two-time Steinfeld Cup Champion.
Hear from Rabil and his family on why he fell in love with lacrosse and its acceptance of people’s different styles of playing. Find out how he’s using the Paul Rabil Foundation to help kids with learning and thinking differences. Then see more videos on athletes with learning and thinking differences.