Not speaking is not the same
thing as having nothing to say
Many people on the autism spectrum
have great difficulty learning and
using conventional language. Even
with intensive intervention programs,
as many as 20-30% of ASD
individuals remain non-verbal
, while
many others acquire only a low or
moderate amount of verbal language
that may or may not be functional
for everyday life. This website
presents the use of drawing as an
alternate mode of communication for
individuals on the autism spectrum.

Look at our links:
Our blog: sharing
real-life stories
of ASD individuals
communicating
through art
Teaching videos on our YouTube
channel:
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for Teens with Asperger's Syndrome
and related diagnoses (run through
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