Carly Fleischmann is non verbal but has found her voice through Typing!

Posted by Roseann Connolly on Thursday, March 10, 2016
Bulwinder told me about a young autistic woman who is non-verbal but has learnt how to communicate in writing by typing.

This morning I was thinking about my conversation with Bulwinder and the importance of learning to listen and remembered her enthusiastic praise for Carly's writing.

I googled Cary Fleischmann and found that she has indeed found a voice and has found other's to voice her words and amplify her writings.

'We all have a voice we just got to get it out - from your optimistic believer.' 

Be inspired take the time to listen to Carly.

I'm new to blogging so haven't mastered how to elegantly insert a link - you have enough information to seek Carly out on YouTube or via google.

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About Me

Roseann Connolly I am optimistic that autistic people of all ages, and their carers living in Hounslow will be able to get the services they need to develop and lead satisfying and rewarding lives free from stigma. I don't know how long this will take. We will work with health and social care professionals to develop our mutual understanding and knowledge of what needs to be done. We will not wait passively for services to be delivered to us but will take an active part in the development and where appropriate delivery of those services.

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