[E–pub/Kindle] Speechless: Facilitating Communication for People Without Voices
Frustration until someone spends time with them believes in them and unlocks their being to set them believes in them and unlocks their being to set free. Er accounts of people with diagnoses as varied as autism brain injury and Down's Syndrome Crossley Emerges syndrome Crossley emerges a fiercely determined and driven woman who cares deeply about the rights of people with disabilities The stories of the remarkable people she helped will make readers rethink the very definitions of communication and mental retardation as well AS REMINDING US ALL HOW MUCH reminding us all how much have to gain by listening to those who have been ept sile.
Rosemary Crossley ☆ 6 characters
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"grasp but these "But these aren't strangers to language they just haven't found a way to express themselves In Speechless Rosemary Crossley describes the groundbreaking work she has done with such individuals to give them the tools to communicate Often labeled by exper.