Does She Understand Us? Nonverbal Autism Communication

Does She Understand Us? Nonverbal Autism Communication


What’s up guys welcome to the vlog it’s Sunday for us we’re hanging out we were hanging out now We’re now. We’re working around the house stuff. Hey, AB. What are you doing you watching TV? Is this like? That your kind of TV? Your brother’s kind of TV. I’m gonna watch something different, maybe something with some music Find something for you to watch a little bit while we’re working What’s up? Where you going? Stay down here, OK? Mom’s got to get ready for the day. Golf cart ride? Yeah we’ll do that in a little bit, too. I promise you. So Isaiah and I are gonna cut the grass I’m gonna move some stuff around on the garage because I got to make room for Like my lift bench in my toolbox things like that so I can move that stuff here I haven’t brought that home yet said I gotta have room for it, then my dad’s gonna be over later We’re gonna cook out on the grill and just just hang out. We’re have a good time I don’t know what we’ll find something fun to do What’s doing over here chef professional chef? Boiling over on you. Yeah, you just sold my stove I’m not professional anymore. Well the guy just picked up the last pieces of Priscilla’s a Cajun guru Dream. Her food truck dream, so now I’m making box junk. She’ making box pasta salad. How the mighty have fallen But yeah, we got rid of the stove and the fryers that we’re gonna put in the food truck that was just picked up But that’s good. We sold some stuff that just take up room in the garage. Yeah well Hey, I tell you what I will help you cook you Looks like you’ve got the box things under control over there. I will do the I’ll do the made from scratch burger stuff Okay, what are you doing? I don’t like touching it. You do with your hands woman. I don’t- Let me show you how that’s done. We got our burgers made up. I got a little dents in them cuz I’m gonna stuff them Yeah, I’m gonna stuff them with awesome some onion and some bacon and I’ll put some cheddar in there. It’s gonna be so good Here’s my boxed pasta salad. Look at you making it all fancy you want some bacon in that too bacon and all the things? And tomato. Ick! Nobody likes Tomatoes No, only you and Isaiah don’t like tomatoes. So half of us don’t like tomatoes. No, Abby likes them and your dad and I do. And you and grandpa relaxing? Did you serenade him put him to sleep? (Grandpa mumbles – Dad laughs- Abby softly strums guitar) Good girl, strum that guitar ♫♫♫♫ Abigail strums guitar ♫♫♫♫ Beautiful music Abigail Beautiful music now you have to play gentler, so grandpa can sleep. You’re helping him take a nap, remember? Play your guitar. Ok change of plans I’m that guy that has like four propane tanks, and none of them have propane in them So we’re not cooking on the grill we’re cooking, on the stove, but it’s still gonna be awesome It’ll probably taste better because there’s gonna be a considerable considerably higher volume of grease and each burger Alright, this is how they turned out it looks good. How’s it taste? But now mine doesn’t have a bun because I have to fit into my suit For the shorty awards so that’s why I’m going bunless but uh yeah, so I’m not eating the french fries either That’s okay. Or the pasta salad But this will be awesome About ready for bed, baby, girl? Huh? Are you petting your puppy? I saw you petting him with your foot. Are you stepping on him or petting him? She’s petting him. She’s rubbing her foot back and forth. Gonna go bathroom? No? then why did you say potty? You just need to communicate? Where you going? (Mom) She’s going to bed. Hey, are you going to bed? Ab You go to bed. Yeah, okay? Night night. Love you Sleep good, I’ll tuck you in a little bit. She went to bed She said yes . Was she petting you how sweet was that? She never pets you. Did you love the attention? It’s the next day good morning Ab. How’s your cereal? (Abigail humming while she eats) That good huh you got your music And your youtube going good morning mom morning. You’re looking radiant Thanks! What’s for lunch today? Do a lunch tour? She’s having hot dogs Huh some leftovers from last night nice Corn on the cob. Pasta salad. Nice yeah And a Capri Sun. Of course every day Gotta have that that sugar juice . Guess what is today? What is today Send it back the Dynavox day. Oh… Yep, this was a trial a trial period to see if it’s a good fit for her to know whether insurance or not Covers it or not so we ever send it back Because this was just like a demo unit for us to use yep, so now um her Her amazing therapists have been writing Her whole detailed report and then they have to send that to insurance and We wait and see if they approve. So what we’re gonna do is we’re going to download the DynaVox app Onto her iPad so that she can continue to use it in similar fashion that way we don’t we don’t have any Behavioral issues and regression from lack of communication right the cool thing is it’s April. You’re gonna say the same thing yeah, and most most apps Lot of them a lot of autism related apps are 50% off in the month of April so Some of them have dates. So I know we missed one of them um The pro look to go. Yeah, um that one already passed I think but make sure if you are interested in an app that’s autism related right that she’s going back to bed She’s just kind of tired this morning. Especially especially the more expensive Communication based apps yeah, so check them out. It’s 50% off. Yep. That’s a big deal like Prolook is 150 dollars It’s normally 200. Normally 200 so then they they you know give her like a hundred bucks and then DynaVox DynaVox 150 yeah and now when they go down to like $74.99 or something I don’t know you guys ought to check it out. I’ll put some links down in the video description For all the autism apps that I find as far as you know Everything that’s half of its not just communication apps its educational apps It’s fun apps yeah, any anything autism related most companies tend to do 50% off. That’s kind of cool. Yeah. Good Intel here Here she comes. Oh, she’s got her blanket I don’t remember the subscribers name that it sent her this, but she loves this blanket. Did you have to go get your blanket? You taking that to school What’s wrong? We got to get your shoes on get ready to go to school. I also have to take Drycleaner day. Her receptive communication is doing well today. Dry cleaner day. Look, she’s getting her own shoes. She went in there to get her shoes. She’s trying to find a match You did it good job sometimes Sometimes she’ll come out and just have 2 random shoes. She’ doesn’t really care. She’s like I do what I want guys. It’s fashion Hey yeah, you gotta put shoes on Now you’re hyped! Hey Abby, can you come clean up your breakfast for me? Rinse it out. Rinse it out. Hey, Gotta do a victory lap We do lots of victory laps Patience guys it just takes patience and Waking up earlier than necessary in order to get out the door on time Abby come on we’re running out of time kiddo. Hey. OK she’s putting her shoes on. Nice job kid get your dishes. Hey, let’s rinse your bowl out no over here That’s that’s close that’s close. We’re gonna, you see this? We’re gonna rinse out that bowl Very good job I’ll get the rest you did great though. Oh did somebody hide your Your music thing Here put these in your backpack Turn around kiddo, turn around. Stop moving hold on Turn around There you go, okay, and then we’ll go have her take the dynovox with her. And I’ll mail it after school here Got it Okay, the dad get his shoes on so they can walk out there with you. Yes gross day, rainy, yucky. Hey Abby Stop hey can you fix that it’s hanging out Thank you Love you bye can I have a kiss I Love you jump in Ok seat belt Nice job It’s a good start there you go. You’re all set. Yep. Go ahead mess up your pretty hair. I Love you bye. Have a good day. Say bye to everybody over here Okay, bye, babe. I’ll see you later on you. Meet me at the shop, okay Okay okay, so you might have noticed that Abigail’s receptive communication is on point today and That worked well because we actually had a question Just recently about Abigails communication about nonverbal in general You know what that means exactly does it mean that she can’t? Can’t talk or can’t understand or both, or you know whatever it may be a great question it does Maybe give me the opportunity to explain a little bit more about what nonverbal means for those Who don’t who don’t know so Abigail doesn’t speak? She doesn’t have any form of? verbal communication in the form of words sometimes she does make noises that coincide with emotion or feeling you know like excitement or sadness or or Hurt things like that other than that she doesn’t have any way of saying I want this or I need that as far as verbally now She does have that of course with sign language and through her her DynaVox You know for for her communication device and Abigail’s never spoken a word. I know that that question comes up a lot as well She’s never never said a word not once in her life. We didn’t have Language and then regression and then losing of words. She’s just she’s never spoken Now as you can see she understands a lot a whole lot Now some of that’s situational like since we were going out to the car She knew to open the door to put her seatbelt on she knows to grab her backpack and you know because everything is Everything is situational based on her routine and the environment that she’s in so those words mean more to her because of the Situation that she’s in and that’s not any different than it is for you or I with communication if someone says something We might not quite understand what they say a lot of times. We can figure it out based on the conversation We’re already having or based on the scenario That we’re in and I think it depends on the day like how her day is going you know if she’s having a good communication Day or not so good communication day and really that depends on how the brain is firing so it’s day to day You know you never know if it’s gonna be a good day, or a bad day. The good days as far as communication Have-have increase. We’ve seen they’re more regular. We’ve seen more of those especially recently with using With using her her communication device her DynaVox and with with using the Gemini program that she just started her Receptive communication has gotten a lot better and that’s what we want because the more she understands the more she’s able to communicate with us and You know be more of a two-way street as far as communication whether she can You know actually speak words or not she’ll better communicate and other means and she’ll better do that better if she understands what we’re saying Okay, well it’s Monday. I’ve got a lot to do today. We’re getting ready you know for our New York trip and and Finalizing everything at the shop is that we’re shut down now so just moving stuff like I said gonna get stuff from there to here Cuz I’ll still be working out a garage. You know just because it’s what I do I’m a mechanic, so I you know I enjoy doing it working on things from time to time so I’m gonna bring all my tools home and a couple of projects that I want to work on and Priscilla’s gonna. Meet me there and help my dad’s gonna. Meet me there and help and hopefully hopefully we’ll be real productive I’d like to be done with this You know I liked I’d like to go ahead and start this new chapter of our lives and not have to Have to worry about The shop our old business anymore, so I’m really really hoping that we get done today or tomorrow But that’s if this vlog guys. I hope you enjoyed it I hope maybe you know you learn something if you’re wondering about communication or you can relate if you there’s someone in your life, you know does struggle with communication and you face the same same things, but Thanks so much. We appreciate it as always. Thanks for hanging out with us Thanks for all your comments if they mean the world to us I love being able to answer these questions that are just you know that we see frequently that come up a lot and And really spend some time with you on them but if you have any other questions about communication and let me know down in the comments and You know we’ll talk about him, so we’ll see you next time. Bye oh Yeah, this is vlog number 100 of season 2 which is cool last last time when we hit vlogging 100 of season 1 We took a little break a few days, and then starting a new season But we’re gonna have longer seasons now since this is what we do full-time I don’t know where we’re gonna stop exactly, but yeah, we’re just gonna keep going so the next one’s gonna be one on one It’s awesome. Have you been here for all 100 of this season if you have high five Okay, now. I’m really I’m really leaving bye

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    Cora Bailey

    I love Abbie, she feels like a cousin or somthing to me. I am also autistic, but differently. Ya know. As someone who is verbal but sometimes becomes non-verbal during times of emotional stress, boy is it hard to get people to understand that I can still hear them. I use sign, and have a text to speech app on my phone as a back pack, but when I sign they immediately start signing, and that’s fine, but it’s also weird.

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    vikkieheartsyou

    Abbie looks soo much like her mama! Its crazy! And Isaiah just like his daddy! Ive never honestly truly enjoyed family vloggers like I do with you guys. Ive caught myself crying because of how much love there is in this family. Thats all. Im gunna continue enjoying the vlog.

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    Ruxree

    Abby is sooo pretty!!!
    I was diagnosed with aspergers recently, and I'm kinda… scared?
    But i Love your channel!

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    Novie D

    I have a nephew who is 6 years old and nonverbal. My sister was talking about an incident that happened at his school. He was walking in the school building and.children around his age were sayung stuff like "There goes that weies kid". Sad thing is that he understands what they're.saying. Abbie is so lucky to be at the school she is.

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    MaxluvsMya

    I love to see how much she gets ready and does herself! I wish i had parents like you guys, even at 30 😉

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    Chronically Ronni

    Priscilla,
    You are so beautiful. I would love to see you in tops that are less matronly. As a woman who was larger, I know it was hard to shop. Torrid and Maurices have some fabulous clothes for larger women. I didn't realize I wasn't dressing my age until my divorce 4 years ago–l was 38 at the time. I changed my wardrobe a little at a time for money reasons.
    Also, I lost 150lbs in 18 mos and have kept it off for 2 1/2 years. I am now starting to lose more….my goal is another 80lbs.

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    N Avery

    have you ever thought of trying something like a large bullclip to keep her shoes paired together? it might help her on days where sshe doesnt feel like looking for matching shoes <3

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    Rainbowdrops

    I think we can’t imagine how much a nonverbal understands. I like that video. And your dog is cute!speaking of cute. Abbie wore a T-shirt that drew my attraction to it, but I couldn’t read and see what’s written on it.I remember I read a book from or a non verbal Autist. It became obvious that this person understood EVERY WORD. I remember that I sent a video to my friends mother that she had to show to her daughter. I was so upset because one person who drove her home and I were talking about her, nothing really bad, but as if she wasn’t there (I’m not sure if I looked at her and said something like “isn’t it?” Just to show that I know she’s there).I apologized talking about her and not acting as if she were there. It really hurt. Therefore I’ll ever ever talk in front of a nonverbal without taking him/her into conversation.
    I imagined how I’d feel when people talk about me as if I didn’t understand, that was awful.

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    wickedmethods

    Oh my wow, all I see is my son. We have a 7 year old that is non verbal and some of the actions are almost identical. He has just started using the dyna on a trail at home and School he really really likes it I think he understands it but he still getting use to it so it’s it of finger poking until its McDonald’s he wants then it’s 3-4 buttons to make his sentences with no hesitation.
    I do have a question where did you get the seat belt for her? I will be going back to watch the rest of your blogs from the start. Thank you for the smile this video alone put on my face.

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    Emily P

    I am really glad I found this channel. I had an assembly about autism. Out of 100 6th grade I was the only person to know what stimming is. I want to thank you guys for putting your life on youtube. I love to watch your vids. ❤💚💛💜💙

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    Morbid Insomniac

    I'm autistic. I understood when I couldn't talk. I know it isn't the same. But my son was not verbal at all until way later in life and he only could scream and hit so on and so forth. He told me that he understood everything and the screams were because he was so angry because I didn't understand him.

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    Rachel A.

    Wow! You should be so proud of the amazing job you're doing everyday Abbie 😀 Watching you be you and work through your challenges really encourages me. Thank you.    You are so blessed to have such loving and patient parents to help guide you <3    P.S. Those burgers looked too good for a bun anyway Lol.

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    porscha Batchelor

    What kind of seat belt does she use? I have a nephew with autism but he will not stay in a seat belt so he has a car seat. But he getting bigger and and he can get out of almost anything. Any ideas?

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    Sandi Griffin

    Are there scholarships for the camps for handicapped kids? we can’t afford that much I looked at camp I am special n it was $750

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    GOTHICCKA

    I feel like crying while watching these videos. You guys are such sweet, patient parents. It isn't always easy but Abbie is clearly a blessing.

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    The Stephenson Grech Family

    Hiya i have just come across your channel, my 12 year old son is non verbal, he makes lots of noise but the words arent there. Ben rocks all the time. the bugers look really nice

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    Laura-ann Stewart

    Good video and love the links. I'm waiting for my daughter to be diagnosed with autism. Communication is something she struggles with . She really only has sounds she says sometimes . Definitely going to check out some of the link. And yep definitely have to wake them early and have patience . 🙂

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    CharmingCha

    Hi guys I am a new subscriber. Love your Channel. I have a son who is four and was diagnosed with autism last year. Can I just say Abby is just so beautiful! 😀

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    amberinwonderland

    Abbie's smile as she was playing the guitar so contagious, it certainly made me smile anyway 🙂 My son is 3 and has regressed a lot with his speech. He will often repeat a word and then we will never hear it again or he can say a word for a few weeks and then stops. Right now his vocab is around 20-30 words and we often get asked if he can understand what we are saying to him and many just assume that he cannot and perhaps treat him like you would a baby who hasn't grasped understanding yet or wont even bother to interact with him. He does understand perfectly well, last month he was at his first speech and language therapy appointment (yup it has taken until he was 3 for me to get the go ahead for that despite me raising concerns over 18 months ago) anyway at that appointment he was asked to get certain things or do certain things and he can follow instructions however how well he does that, if he does at all, depends on the day and his mood on that day.

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    Cosplay Clown

    Abbie honestly makes me so happy, she seems like a sassy little (big?) girl who loves being loud and destroying things- I honestly relate XD.

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    samantha g

    Did you daughter babble when she was little? My son make all kinds of different sounds but no words yet

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    Meressa Darling

    Abbie has really been an eye opener for me. She's such a brilliant beautiful girl, can't wait to see how much she grows with communicating through the years!

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    Theo exploring the net

    Coming from someone who is autistic, and has seen footage of Abbie interacting with you, I don't even have to watch to know she does. She may have some trouble sometimes with sensory issues and processing that may need repetition. (It happens to me and is very common) But other than that, of course she can!

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    toystorylover52

    Wow! Abbie seems like she understands more than people give her credit for! Some people assume I can't understand when really I can you just have to give me more time for a response! That seems to be the case with Abbie! I know with people with autism it's routine routine routine! Anything outside of said routine is nonexistent in their minds! That's why you need to maintain a routine each day because that's what she's used to! Well, thanks for sharing with us!

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    D. Oom

    We bought a go talk after insurance wouldn't approve a device. It has helped a lot! The fanny pack device seems great too

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    Christina Ramey

    My 2 and half year olds receptive communication is at the same level as a 6 month old. (This came from a professional) He has spoken just a hand full of words in which he no longer says. Never said mommy. It hurts me.

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    Madyyy

    I used to not even know that there is all different types of autism. Watching this channel has inspired me so much over the past year. You have inspired me to do many things such as camps, helping out in school, and even to want to do a job in helping people with autism. I love your channel and keep in doing you!

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    leahmarie35

    since abbie loves Cinnamon Toast Crunch yall should try french toast crunch and see if she likes that. It’s AWESOME!!!!!

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    Simon Bremner

    10:40 haha! “Yeah, okay see you guys alright” I work with folks on the spectrum and the “hello”, “goodbye” part is one of my favourite parts of their interaction.

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    Sidni Here!

    Do you know if Abby will ever be able to talk? Even if it is not full sentence could she ever possibly be able to say hi or yes or no? Also love you Chanel

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    Tanairi Samperio

    Abbie is so smart and communicates so well with y'all. Y'all have an amazing daughter and y'all amazing parents

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    Clement Augustine

    I love it when you turn Abbie's inconsistencies in to her unique way of expressing herself, like that thing about fashion with unmatched shoes! Just love it! You focus on the positive rather than the negative, it's so lovely!

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    Mia Ben

    I cant believe that app companies can get away with selling apps for that expensive just to get more money for exploiting the needs of disabled children.

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    AAA

    It makes me so happy when i see her smile and watch how you guys talk to her and interact with her. I wish all parents with children on the spectrum could be as kind and loving as you two are. She is one lucky girl to have you guys as her parents. As a person with autism myself, you guys give me faith in humanity again after watching so many videos of parents being so mean to their autistic kids (im sure they're not being mean on purpose and its more their desperation and frustration all coming out. But it broke my heart watching these other people) but you guys make me happy because i see Abigail is happy and knows she is loved so much by you guys . Best parents in the world.

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    Dash Dash Jump

    I've been binging your videos for 3 straight days. SBSK brought me here! I must say, the thing I love about your videos are, I can watch them in random order and still enjoy every single one of them. You have a wonderful family.

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    Liberal Lover2016

    Bless her sweet heart. I have a nephew who is 4 and is also non-verbal..His Parents did not do question his demeanor until he was 2 1/2 when most family members kind of knew something was up with him. They acted as though they were afraid. I on the other hand went to the parents and asked if they thought he was a little behind on his learning curve on talking and communicating and they brushed it aside and was offended. Well,now they are getting him help. My question to the community of those on here is,"How soon can someone know if their child has non verbal communication diagnosis made by the Parents"?

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    Gail Rohleder

    My daughter didn't speak until she was 4 years old. When she wasn't speaking, many people would say it must be quiet in your house because she doesn't speak. But Robbie ( my daughter) was constantly making noises. People couldn't understand how she could be nonverbal but noisy at the same time.

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    Vickee For Life

    I really love this video. My son has speech apraxia and his vocabulary is very low. He is the smartest kid I know! I think you did a great job here. I recently started a channel about my son and you are inspirational. Thanks for sharing

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    Scotty

    Just a quick question out of curiosity, is she vaccinated? I am 100% provax but my pregnant girlfriend is leaning towards non vaxx. Thank you in advance for taking the time to read and respond.

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    Lawren Lovely

    I don’t have anyone autistic in my family but I appreciate videos like these so I can learn and understand more about it! Beautiful family ♥️

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    Stacey Ruwoldt

    Awww #SleepyAbby 💓💓 That is a very pretty blouse that Cilla is wearing the next day 😊💕
    I think whenever a child is non- verbal or have limited speech, the parents kind of learn as they go too, see I had really limited vocabulary untill I turned about 6 years old:) So I still vaguely remember how difficult it was to communicate with family, as I couldn't string sentences together then. So my point is I relate a little, and my parents would relate to trying to work out what I did understand and what I couldn't ❤💙
    Because it's been several years give or take a couple, I'm aware that you can work out Abigail pretty well, meaning her understanding=) Whereas with myself when I was first diagnosed at age four I had very limited understanding, now look at me 💓💓💓💓 I know it's different for each child, with me though the last time I was non- verbal would've been as a baby, it's just interesting the beauty and uniqueness of each child ☺💕💕💕
    I'm just saying I relate to the days where Abigail struggles, though today was a good day, I just mean other days where it's a little harder, and she's frustrated, getting her point across would be a lot more difficult then, it's great to see just how well she understands what you say :)❤💙💜💚

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    you122789

    Did she speak because my brother is nonverbal autism and He cannot speak at all .. all he can say is water when he's thirsty or help when someone's bothering him or say mama that is about it. He has never said a full sentence and he's in his 20s.. when you try to talk to him all he does is stare at you. But he clearly understands when we tell him to do something like we talked to how to put the dishes away in the dishwasher. turn on the TV make a cup of coffee. But still needs help with a bathing. 🛀🚿

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    MissCNN31

    Your videos have be so inspirational, my cousin who has just turned 3 has non-verbal autism. We have lots of concerns and hopes for him to be able to do things. As we never even knew non verbal autism existed. Watching your videos and watching Abbey has given us so much hope for what my cousin may be able to do in the future. He’s not yet of Abbeys age but your content will help us along the road when we meet then likely challengers you have done. Thank you. Charlotte, the Newman’s and the Cramps

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    Elaine Higham

    I think Abby understands a lot, she can sat no, because if you ask her to go to bed, she definitely says no, as other times you ask Abbey do this, she shakes her head and says no.

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    Jasmine's world

    I love this! My daughter Jasmine has never said a word either except Mamma and she only said that for 2 weeks all the time when she was 4. She rarely even makes a sound. Jasmine loves music and nachoes, and pink lepord print, and ducks, horses, and swimming and so much more! She is my favorite 10 year old and she thinks communication in any form is awesome! Jasmine uses a Nova chat device, some signs and picture cards.

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