Nonverbal Is Not Absent: They Want To Be Heard
Imagine being unable to express your needs or feelings. You still have them, right? As so many families of children with autism know, just because a child on the spectrum is nonverbal does not mean he or she doesn't want to be heard. These children need an alternate means of communication - and if they get one, it can change their lives.
We can make that difference to real children in need - like Owen and Joseph. Read their stories here!Check It Out »