>Let me set one thing straight: There is such a thing as regression in adults with ASD. I don’t care what the professionals say. There is. I have experienced it, and so have many other adults.
The fact is that I am currently experiencing it. I went to bed without words last night, as I frequently do… only today, when I woke up, they weren’t back. My BSS typed with me. My CI did what she could so that I only had to shake and not and point (pointing has always been and remains unnatural for me).
The back-burner issue of needing AAC is once again very front-burner. It’s urgent. Unless I am at home on my computer, I have no means of communication. My mom gets 5 texts a day, so I can have 5 exchanges with her, and that is all. Some of my staff doesn’t text. When we go out, I have no means to communicate.
Please consider purchasing a copy of my book. If I can sell 19 copies, I can purchase a refurbished iPod touch and will have the communication I so badly need. I will even have voice output, which my computer does not have.
Consider buying a copy to give to a child’s teacher, BCBA, aide, aunts, uncles, doctor, dentist. If just 19 people purchase a copy, I will be good to go. If there is ANYTHING I can do to thank you (answer a question, help with a behavior issue, offer my perspective, color you a picture, send you a poem on an autism-related topic of your choice, anything!) please just shoot me an email and my brain is yours for the picking.
Book link is here.