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The Importance of Communication

I wish I had known about non-verbal ways to communicate with my daughter Sara when she was much younger. When Sara was 10, we were introduced to a wonderful educator who specialized in non-verbal communication. Dr. Mary Morse came to Sara's class to talk to the school team about object communication and calendar boxes. It changed our lives for the better. Sara learned that objects represented activities and she loved the power that this knowledge gave her in school and at home.

~ Janette Peracchio, Connecticut
young daughter sitting on father's lap, playing with toy

About Communication Sally Prouty from Minnesota describes communication as the greatest gift for a child.

Learning to Communicate Clara Berg of New York describes her journey to communication with her son Kenny.

Parent Perspectives Communication, Behavioral, and Instructional Strategies for Children and Youth Who Are Deaf-Blind. Eighty parents come to agreement about what is important for children.

Reaching for Skye George and Christine Givens from Texas share their family's journey in finding purpose, satisfaction, and joy with and for their daughter.

Communication The basic tool for independence. Practitioner Gloria Rodriguez-Gil shares her discoveries and revelations about understanding communication.

                       

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