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‘now you know me think more’ : A Journey with Autism using Facilitated Communication Techniques

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Book - ‘now you know me think more’ : A Journey with Autism using Facilitated Communication Techniques

by: Pinder Hundal and Pauline Lukey

About the author:

Ppinder Hundal and Pauline Lukey have worked together for over twenty years. Ppinder lives with Pauline in British Columbia and attends the Garth Homer Day Center. Pauline is a qualified nurse and carer and has worked with autistic clients for over thirty years.

ISBN: 978-1-84310-144-4

Year: 2003

Publication Info: 64pp

Description:

Pauline Lukey first met Ppinder Hundal when Ppinder was eight years old, at which point Ppinder was non-verbal and had no formal way of communicating. This book charts their development together as, through the use of facilitated communication techniques, Ppinder has shown herself to be an eager and increasingly fluent communicator. Beginning with the use of sign language, moving on to assisted typing (the title of this book being drawn from the first spontaneous phrase that Ppinder typed) and finally to Ppinder’s current desire to learn to read and write, both authors recount their remarkable journey from Ppinder’s first signs (“coat,” “more,” “cookie,” and “finish”) to her ability now to discuss her medication with her carers and converse, via laptop, with her autistic friend. This honest and moving account demonstrates the remarkable effects of facilitated communication and highlights that communication is a skill that everyone is entitled to enjoy.

 

Contents:

1. Preface. 2. Our Journey. 3. Resources

 

Reviews:

This little book describes the remarkable journey of two women. It is written by both of them. Like so many working relationships which develop into friendship this is not a one-sided account but the description of a journey which records the slow awakening of abilities and of the experiences each one has with the other.’

 

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