The World According to Autism
Inside Autism: Mouth/Speech Exercises & Vision WT100807jd3o3

WORD TRANSCRIPT -TRT:  00:26:46

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TAPE 3/3, in its entirety, c. 2007, 2013 by S .A. Jones  

SUMMARY:  ‘A.’ shows techniques that infants use to gain awareness of the mouth and making intentional sounds, and how she learned to focus to the exclusion of other sensory input. Also more about ‘how’ ‘A.’ sees, including her vision breaking up into ‘dots’ when there is movement.

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Inside Autism: How Typing Leads to Talking WTjd100807cde1o3.doc

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SUMMARY:  How typing can lead to speech + reasons for stimming + sound as ‘vibration’.  Speech/sensory exercises.  Describing Sensory Chaos.

10/08/2007, Tape 1/3, Clips c, d, & e.  TRT: 00:27:42c. 2007, 2010, & 2012 by S. A. Jones

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Inside Autism: Chaos v. Autism taking ‘back seat’   WTjd100807a-b1o3.mov

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Sensory Chaos v. Autism taking ‘back seat’. Communication and emergence of individual self.  Word order.  

  • Examples of how the ‘structure’ of language differs for autistics, v. ‘typicals’.  
  • Discussion about sensory management ‘before’ and ‘after’ communication (speech, typing) / younger vs. older.
  • Detailed description about the ‘nightmare’/sensory chaos state.

10/08/2007 Tape 1/3, Clips a & b. TRT: 00:18:56  c. 2007, 2010, 2012 by S. A. Jones

Inside Autism: Chaos v. Autism taking ‘back seat’ WTjd100807a-b1o3.doc

WORD TRANSCRIPT & Commentary

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SUMMARY:   Sensory Chaos v. Autism taking ‘back seat’. Communication and emergence of individual self. Word order.  

  • Examples of how the ‘structure’ of language differs for autistics, v. ‘typicals’.   
  • Discussion about sensory management ‘before’ and ‘after’ communication (speech, typing) / younger vs. older.
  • Detailed description about the ‘nightmare’/sensory chaos state.

10/08/2007 Tape 1/3, Clips a & b. TRT: 00:18:56  c. 2007, 2010, 2012 by S. A. Jones

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Inside Autism: How Typing Leads to Talking JD100807cde1o3.mov

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How typing can lead to speech + reasons for stimming + sound as ‘vibration’.  Speech/sensory exercises.  Describing Sensory Chaos.

10/08/2007, Tape 1/3, Clips c, d, & e.  TRT: 00:27:42  c. 2007, 2010, & 2012 by S. A. Jones

Inside Autism: Non-Verbal to Speech + Pix WTjd100707a-L4o4.doc

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From Non-Verbal to Speaking for Meaning, stages.  Also photos pre-autism/Rett Syndrome of Subject + child.

10/07/2007, Tape 4/4, Clips A-L. TRT:  00:22:48  c. 2007, 2010. 2012 by S. A. Jones

Inside Autism: Non-Verbal to Speech + Pix WTjd100707a-L4o4.doc

WORD TRANSCRIPT & Commentary

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SUMMARY:  From Non-Verbal to Speaking for Meaning, stages.  Also photos pre-autism/Rett Syndrome of Subject + child.

10/07/2007, Tape 4/4, Clips A-L. TRT:  00:22:48  c. 2007, 2010. 2012 by S. A. Jones 

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Inside Autism:  Stages of Speech + Speech Exercises JD100507a-e3o3.mov

Stages of Communication: typing, reading aloud, forming words. Difference between being able say words v. conversing or answering questions out loud.  

FREE word transcript of this video available below at:  www.insideautism.tumblr.com   c. 2007, 2010, 2012 by S. A. Jones

Inside Autism: Stages of Speech + Speech Exercises WTjd100507a-e3o3.doc

WORD TRANSCRIPT

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10/05/2007, Tape 3/3, CLIPS a-e .  TRT:  00:27:59  C.  2007, 2010, 2012 by S. A. Jones

SUMMARY:  Stages of communication:  typing, reading aloud, learning to form words.  Difference between being able to say words v. conversing or answering questions out loud.

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Inside Autism: COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES JD10050ghi2o3.mov

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TRT:  00:10:43.  C. 2007, 2010, 2012 by S. A. Jones

Answering factual v. feeling questions.  Difficulty answering questions about the immediate past.  Inability to initiate communication verbally/typing.  Inability to vocalize thoughts (wrong words come out).