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Nonspeaking Autism: It's not what you may think! | Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Daysi Jimenez
22:41
2
Murphy Krystal
22:42
2
Holly Shanklin
22:45
2
Cherie Scoggins
22:46
2
Chitra Paul
22:47
2
Kaitlyn Kotar
22:49
I think error 2
Christina Wotton
22:50
Error 2!!!!
Crystal Sacco
22:50
2
Jennifer Mulry
22:52
2
Carole Policastro, D.Ed.
22:52
2
Ahmari Jackson
22:59
2
Murphy Krystal
30:00
we don't need evidence to teach
Christina Wotton
30:04
You don’t need to have proof to believe in people
Daysi Jimenez
30:08
respect and dignity
Kaitlyn Kotar
30:33
RESPECT and talking to them like other people
Julie Reedy
31:08
basically do your job, regardless of what you think the child is capable of
Kaitlyn Kotar
32:50
This video reminded me of the idea of the Growth Mindset; believing you can do something will help you reach that goal. If we take that same idea and believe in the people we work with/support is important.
Kaitlyn Kotar
33:10
and they will start believing in themselves :)
Kylie Schell
34:27
depends on the day
Christina Wotton
34:33
It depends on what category of life!
National Autism Association
34:33
Depends on caffeine level
Kaitlyn Kotar
34:33
It depends on the day honestly.
Murphy Krystal
34:38
depends on my emotions
Crystal Sacco
34:42
somewhere in between
Julie Reedy
34:50
depends
Holly Shanklin
34:51
I agree, both depending on the day or situation
Kaitlyn Kotar
34:55
For the most part I would say high, but I definitely need support from people in my life!
Jennifer Mulry
34:56
Depends on my anxiety level
Chitra Paul
34:56
High on some tasks and some times while low on other tasks and other times
Brown Chantelle
35:02
medium functioning
Carole Policastro, D.Ed.
35:04
HIGH FUNCTIONIING
Daysi Jimenez
35:07
I don't believe in those levels
National Autism Association
35:41
N
Crystal Sacco
35:41
n
Kaitlyn Kotar
35:42
NOPE
Daysi Jimenez
35:42
no
Cherie Scoggins
35:45
n
Murphy Krystal
35:45
N
National Autism Association
35:46
Hell no
Brown Chantelle
35:48
no
Kylie Schell
35:49
Can I...yes..is it pretty..nooo
Holly Shanklin
35:49
No
Jennifer Mulry
35:50
NOOOOO
Christina Wotton
35:54
Nope, I did a 1/2 once and never again!
Cherie Scoggins
36:04
n
Murphy Krystal
36:05
no
Christina Wotton
36:05
N
Holly Shanklin
36:05
No
Brown Chantelle
36:06
no
Daysi Jimenez
36:07
no
Kaitlyn Kotar
36:08
No
Chitra Paul
36:08
yes
Ahmari Jackson
36:09
n
Julie Reedy
36:16
no
National Autism Association
36:18
nope
Crystal Sacco
36:20
no
Holly Shanklin
36:28
No
Christina Wotton
36:29
N
Cherie Scoggins
36:29
n
Chitra Paul
36:31
no
Brown Chantelle
36:31
no
National Autism Association
36:31
Good lord, NO
Murphy Krystal
36:33
n
Kaitlyn Kotar
36:33
hahahahaha definitely not
Daysi Jimenez
36:33
no
Julie Reedy
36:35
n
Crystal Sacco
36:40
nope
Christina Wotton
37:05
N
Cherie Scoggins
37:08
n
Brown Chantelle
37:09
no
Jennifer Mulry
37:10
yes
National Autism Association
37:11
Not anymore
Holly Shanklin
37:12
Sometimes
Daysi Jimenez
37:13
no
Kaitlyn Kotar
37:18
Definitely not. I was an English major for a reason
Crystal Sacco
37:19
nope
Julie Reedy
41:48
labels only helps children receive services..doesn't determine the child's ability
Kaitlyn Kotar
50:38
Your example about non-speaking people being able to spell well...unfortunately I think this could be an example of defense mechanism. Unfortunately, often times they learn early on in life that people don't think they are capable, smart, ect. so the develop these skills so they can learn what is going on around them. It goes back to what we first talked about: they want to learn!
Julie Reedy
54:20
my son always says "unfortunately I see and hear everything "
National Autism Association
54:43
That's heartbreaking, Julie
Stefanie Louw
57:37
Jaco nonspeaker from South Africa says: STOKED TO SEE EV. PLEASE SAY HI TO HER
National Autism Association
58:01
Welcome, Jaco!
Cherie Scoggins
59:20
yes ;0
Laura Kasemodel
59:33
Are slides available?
Laura Kasemodel
01:01:10
Thanks - love the list of items for additional exposure!
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:01:50
We have many different interests and so do our kids/clients/students/ect.
Daysi Jimenez
01:01:54
my kiddo does that
Kylie Schell
01:02:00
My son does that
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:05:51
Active listening is probably one of the most difficult thing talkers have to learn. We are so good at thinking about how we will respond, but if we are doing that while we talk we aren't truly listening.
Laura Kasemodel
01:06:07
Giving them time - I call it a pregnant pause....
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:06:09
*while we listen
Daysi Jimenez
01:10:16
me
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:10:16
Y
National Autism Association
01:10:17
Me
Holly Shanklin
01:10:17
Y
Murphy Krystal
01:10:20
y
Chitra Paul
01:10:22
I did
Holly Shanklin
01:10:33
N
Chitra Paul
01:10:34
no
National Autism Association
01:10:36
Nope
Daysi Jimenez
01:10:40
no
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:11:53
We learn best from mistakes we have made or somewhat dangerous things
Laura Kasemodel
01:17:48
Thank you so much for sharing this. We are seeing a whole new world with our 24 year old!
Vicky Oettle
01:18:39
Last year was so much fun! Cannot wait for this year
Jennifer Mulry
01:18:45
2020 SpellX was AMAZING!!!!
Christina Wotton
01:18:48
We can’t wait!
Christina Wotton
01:21:07
Made me cry
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:21:18
Amazing story!!!
Christina Wotton
01:21:18
That’s what made me cry too!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:21:19
https://i-asc.org/spellx-2021/
Veronica Rodriguez
01:21:23
Great!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:22:13
https://vimeo.com/478735773
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:22:31
I love the term "non-speaker" vs "non- verbal"
Daysi Jimenez
01:22:47
Thank you!
Kaitlyn Kotar
01:22:47
Thank-you! This was a great webinar!
Jennifer Mulry
01:22:48
Thank you EV!!!
Christina Wotton
01:22:59
THANK YOU EV, you are the best!
Carole Policastro, D.Ed.
01:23:00
Thank you , Elizabeth!
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:23:02
Thank you so much!
Chitra Paul
01:23:04
Thank you
Julie Reedy
01:23:07
thank you
Holly Shanklin
01:23:10
Thank you
Daysi Jimenez
01:23:17
we can see her
Christina Wotton
01:23:19
yes
Trachtmanova Petra
01:23:19
thank you!
Holly Shanklin
01:23:20
Yes
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:23:21
yes
Stefanie Louw
01:23:22
Thank you EV!
Vicky Oettle
01:23:24
Thank you EV!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:24:28
That’s a great question Sahar.
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:24:35
I’ll answer that in a sec.
Brown Chantelle
01:24:42
I am having a hard time in teaching moments because my son is always trying to get away. I have to shut us in a room to get him to spell with me... what strategies might help me to help him?
Colleen Foti
01:24:43
I always learn something every time I hear EV present. THANK YOU.
Carole Policastro, D.Ed.
01:25:05
EV you are awesome!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:25:17
Aww! You guys are so sweet!
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:25:21
Amazing!!!
Christina Wotton
01:26:43
I feel the exact same, been studying for 15 years and since July we have learned more meaningful things than all 15 years combined.
Laura Kasemodel
01:26:58
Need to hop off, but I am so thrilled that this is being shared far and wide. We just moved from 3 boards to 1 board last week. Thank you EV!!!
Stefanie Louw
01:27:27
My nonspeaking son said his superpower is his hearing. He hears through walls!
Julie Reedy
01:27:55
especially because we hear with our ears.. not with our eyes or bodies
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:30:06
So TRUE Julie!
Carole Policastro, D.Ed.
01:31:14
Sorry, I need to leave the webinar. I have a student for S2
Colleen Foti
01:31:49
The pocket trick works so,so well. Acknowledge first and then give a note. Putting it in the pocket is important so the speller does not get obsessed looking at the note and re-reading it.
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:34:09
https://i-asc.org/
Daysi Jimenez
01:34:42
Thank you! I have to leave now. This was great!
Julie Reedy
01:39:55
What happens is we bring our children to so called experts.... they literally read text books, learned the verbage, and are now an expert.... I always ask to do you have a nonspeaking child with Autism???
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:42:14
This has been a very eye opening experience. I'm so thankful for this as a mom of a non speaking 8 year old intelligent son.
Stefanie Louw
01:43:25
That support group sounds awesome!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:43:43
Yes! Amy!
Holly Shanklin
01:44:48
I learned about S2C from part 1 of this webinar series, and my 16-year-old son had his first S2C session yesterday. I have never seen him so engaged and willing to work. I can't wait for next week's session.
Linda Ackerman
01:45:54
Great webinar - Thank you!!
Elizabeth Vosseller
01:46:12
Holly! That’s so exciting!
Kaliah Atemkeng
01:47:15
Thank you for all you do!
Jennifer Mulry
01:47:22
Thank you NAA!!!