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Nonspeaking Autism: It's not what you may think! | Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jean Storlie
12:44
I am not able to hear anyone
Polly Bennett
13:03
I hear nothing either
Valerie Jones
13:27
I can hear fine
Jermey Matthews
13:31
I can hear fine
Yen Luu
13:39
I can hear fine too'
National Autism Association
15:15
About Dr. Johnson - https://interplaytherapycenter.com/staff/
Yen Luu
23:35
can we get a copy of powerpoint afterward?
National Autism Association
24:39
We won't be emailing the PPT, but the video will be available on both our website and our Facebook page.
Laura Kasemodel
29:37
What would squinting indicate?
National Autism Association
42:05
Under Videos on our Facebook page, or on our website under Autism ATRIUM. nationalautism.org
Becky Papp
42:15
Thx!
Jason Steed
46:47
is apraxia just motor skills or voice or both?
Lisa Gruen
52:38
Would a game like Simon Says be good practice for starting and stopping?
Laura Kasemodel
57:56
If you have received a Dx of Apraxia of Speech, would you then have an evaluation for Dyspraxia?
Becky Papp
58:24
How can I find local resources? To do an evaluation like you do?
Becky Papp
59:33
What if we have never been able to get a thorough eye exam because of non speaking and inability to follow directions?
Colleen Foti
01:00:23
Are there any strategies that could refresh the eyes such as warm compress etc.?
Dawn Nakashima
01:01:46
a few slides back you had a list of individual differences... how does emotions play into this... it was a bullet item
Jennie Heidbreder
01:03:18
Thank you, this was very informative.
Bozena Slawow
01:03:50
thank you
Laura Kasemodel
01:03:54
Love the Q & A - very informative
Becky Papp
01:04:01
Thx so much!
Julia Morrison
01:04:33
Thank you.
Lisa Gruen
01:10:04
Thanks so much!
Colleen Foti
01:15:12
Thank You very much for hosting this topic. Great information.