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    Going randomly non verbal

    OK so, at school today during my first period I went extremely non verbal, and haven't been able to talk. I don't know what happened, but I just started to silently break down and I realized that I couldn't physically bring myself to talk. I've said a total of like 15 words since classes...
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    New sibling causing constant meltdowns

    Hi, I'm new here. I joined specifically to ask this question and really hope someone can help... My 3yo soon is autistic (awaiting diagnosis) and non verbal. I recently had a baby (now 1 month old) and every single time the baby cries, peeps, coughs, hiccups, coos, anything at all... My toddler...
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    Are we blind?

    i know this is a tad dramatic but if something like 80% (probably more) of communication is non verbal and we can't see it or have a great deal of trouble seeing it, is it fair to say we are visually impaired? Or is it that we do see it but have trouble processing it? It would be cool if someone...
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