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Nonspeaking Autism: It's not what you may think! | Part 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
Wendy Fournier - NAA
06:11
We're so happy to see you all today! Thanks for joining! Feel free to chat here with us or with each other. For Questions to ask DM after her talk, please type them in the Q&A window. -Wendy
Eva Oginar
37:19
I just learned of this webinar series the other day. Were the previous webinars recorded? If so, where can we find the other videos in the series?
Wendy Fournier - NAA
38:51
Eva - Yes, they are all on our website under Autism Atrium. nationalautism.org
Laura Kasemodel
41:01
Thank you Wendy for having this webinar series - we are amazed at Thomas' spelling - we are just starting open questions.
Wendy Fournier - NAA
41:51
So happy for you Laura! Each milestone is so exciting and that's a huge one! Congrats! xo
Eva Oginar
42:46
Thanks you, Wendy! This is so helpful.
Wendy Fournier - NAA
44:20
Thank you, Eva. We're thrilled to be able to help all of our nonspeaking kiddos.
Jenny Ramakrishnan
51:06
This is FANTASTIC.Thank you NAA. This is one of the best webinars I have ever attended.
Wendy Fournier - NAA
51:44
Absolutely!
Laura Kasemodel
52:33
Hi Wendy - are slides available?
Karen Hanson-Price
52:48
Is it wrong if I ask my child to just finish a word when she is tired, using words like "you got this, power through, you can do it, it's important to finish", am I pushing too much?
Wendy Fournier - NAA
53:28
Not sure how we could distribute to everyone, but will have video saved on our facebook page and posted on our website. I'll see if we can post them on our website.
Linda Ackerman
55:11
Great - thanks!
Julia Kazak
58:29
This was amazing, thank you DM!
Karen Hanson-Price
58:33
this was so helpful, thks
Janet Asher
59:49
So very helpful!! I needed this. Thank you very much!
Mary Massa
01:00:32
How do you handle trigger words? In the ABA world we were taught to say them all to time to desensitize. These words starting in school with a teacher who yelled. any ideas...and thank you!
Kimberly Benson
01:00:45
I have a 19 year old son who has been spelling on his own with wooden letters. he is an amazing speller and has had an iPad since he was 7 years old. he can spell anything he wants to Google. I missed the first 4 series of this so I'm not understanding the point.
Kimberly Benson
01:02:31
I have 3 non verbal with autism. 19 and 10 year old twins. it's very hard to find any quiet place in our home. we live in a very small home
Laura Kasemodel
01:11:16
Love this. I cannot wait to hear feeelings.
Jessica Diamond-Meincke
01:12:10
Thanks DM!! Awesome, as always!!
Kimberly Benson
01:14:13
thank you. I'm going to go back and watch the other series
Eva Oginar
01:15:21
The valedictorian of Rollins College this year is a speller. Elizabeth... I forget her last name but she's started an advocacy organization for spellers called Communication 4 All.
Dawnmarie Gaivin
01:16:09
Elizabeth Bonker! yes!
Dawnmarie Gaivin
01:16:14
The book is “Underestimated”
Eva Oginar
01:16:54
Yes, thank you.
Karen Hanson-Price
01:17:46
my daughter is the same, we are slow, but we are slowly getting there too.
Melissa Stone
01:18:14
Empowered2.net is also a great resource with more info!
Linda Ackerman
01:18:34
Another great book -The Autistic Mind Finally Speaks by Gregory Tino.
Wendy Fournier - NAA
01:27:33
I-asc.org
Wendy Fournier - NAA
01:27:36
Grace
Wendy Fournier - NAA
01:28:18
dawnmarie@empowered2.net
Eva Oginar
01:33:21
THANK YOU!!!!
Grace Han
01:33:38
Thank you.
Linda Ackerman
01:33:46
Thank You! Great presentation!