Carly Fleischmann

Tan solo los padres de Carly Fleischmann apostaban por ella. Decían que tenia una fuerte discapacidad intelectual asociada al autismo. Pues resultó no ser así. Hoy Carly se comunica mediante la escritura, es más, está escribiendo un libro.

Publicado el 3 abr. 2014

Current data suggests that one out of every 68 American children is living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. For many, communication is a major challenge that prevents families from understanding what it’s like to live with ASD. Annie talks with Arthur Fleischmann about being the parent of an autistic child and how his daughter Carly learned to type and open the door into her world.

About Arthur Fleischmann
Arthur Fleischmann lives with his wife, Tammy Starr, and their three children, Matthew, Taryn, and Carly, in Toronto, Canada. An autism advocate, Arthur is the co-author (with Carly Fleischmann) of Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism, one of the first books to explore firsthand the challenges of living with autism. It brings readers inside a once-secret world and into the thoughts and feelings of an inspiring young woman who has found her voice and her mission. Learn more at http://CarlysVoice.com

About Annie Fox, M.Ed.
Annie is a parenting expert with 30+ years experience. She’s been an online adviser to tweens, teens and parents since 1997. Her award-winning books include: “Teaching Kids to Be Good People” and the groundbreaking Middle School Confidential™ book and app series. More information about Annie at: http://AnnieFox.com

About Family Confidential
Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a weekly podcast about 21st century parenting joys and challenges. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential provides practical parenting advice through down-to-earth interviews with parenting experts, educators, therapists, and entrepreneurs. These recorded discussions help parents strengthen family connections by providing tips, child-rearing insight and practical tools for guiding your kids through the tween years and beyond. http://FamilyConfidential.com


Publicado el 14 dic. 2013

For Educational Use Only – Fair Use – At age two Carly was officially diagnosed with a severe form of autism. The developmental disorder caused cognitive delays and a condition called oral motor apraxia which would prevent her from ever speaking. Speech therapy and modern technology have allowed her to express her feelings and explain her behavior via an electronic voice. Hear Carly explain from her own experiences what causes certain autistic behavior and what everyone should know about autism.

         


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