Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Wishlist Wednesday; Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism av Arthur og Carly Fleischmann

Siden det er onsdag igjen, tenkte jeg at det kanskje var på tide med nok et Wishlist Wednesday innlegg, takket være bloggen Pen to Paper. Boka jeg skal ta for meg denne uka, er Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism av Arthur og Carly Fleischmann.



I en alder av to, ble Carly diagnosert med alvorlig autisme og legene trodde hun aldri ville utvikle seg lengre enn til å ha evnene til en liten unge. Carly var hovedsakelig ”unåelig” i flere år, frem til hun var rundt ti, da det kom et gjennombrudd med at hun var i stand til å skrive med dataen at hun hadde vondt i tennene.


Selv om hun per i dag fremdeles har problemer med autismesymptomene, er hun i stand til å ha samtaler med andre personer gjennom å bruke datamaskinen som talerør.

English version;
Since it is Wednesday again, I thought it was perhaps time for another ”Wishlist Wednesday” post, thanks to the blog Pen to Paper. The book I’ll write about this week is ”Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism” by Arthur and Carly Fleischmann.

Age two, Carly got diagnosed with severe autism and the doctors thought she would not develop more than having the gifts of a toddler. Carly was mainly ”un-reachable” for several years until around the age of ten, when a breakthrough came with her being capable of writing with the computer she had pains in her teeth.

Even though she as for today still has difficulties with the symptoms of autism, she is capable of having conversations with other people, using the computer as a tool.


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