What If Everybody Did That? Ellen Javernick

What If Everybody Did That? [Ellen Javernick] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. If you drop just one soda can out the window, it’s no big deal ... right? But what if everybody did that? What if everybody broke the rules ... and spoke during story time Source: What If Everybody Did That?: Ellen Javernick: 9780761456865: Amazon.com: Books

Success Story!! From Dr. Treffert’s Website

 Hyperlexia 3: Success stories!!!!

  Since I first published Hyperlexia: Reading Precociousness or Savant Skill? in 2011, I continue to get messages from families who have found that hyperlexia 3 was the situation that best fit their child, and where the outcome has been very positive as they recovered from the ‘autism’ they never had. I hope to put all these good outcomes into a folder or article at some point, but for now I want to share excerpts from one such letter: “Thank you for your article on hyperlexia type 3. My son was diagnosed with AS three years ago when it still was a diagnosis. At 1½ he was reciting the alphabet and reading full sentences prior to turning 2. He was also counting to 100 in Albanian and Spanish at that time. He memorized the 50 states and all their capitals before turning 2½. Yet he still had issues with socialization (with strangers only because his socialization with family members was never an issue) and speech. “He is now 6 years old and we’ve seen these autistic traits melt away and it’s very exciting. He no longer has echolalia. Stacking and lining up rituals have ceased. His verbal skills have greatly improved and his socialization skills are improving daily. He still mixes his pronouns but that, too, is getting better. His phobias have virtually disappeared. He had a fear of public bathrooms and hated walking on sand at the beach but now loves the beach and bathrooms aren’t an issue. His eye contact now is better than mine. “I read your article a couple of years ago and it always gave me hope that my son would get better because he so resembled the examples of type 3 you mentioned. I wanted to thank you for that and let you know I’m a believer in your theory. Thanks again.” —Darold Treffert, MD

Great books for HL Kids!

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100+ Top Apps for Wh Questions (iPhone/iPad) | AppCrawlr


Source: 100+ Top Apps for Wh Questions (iPhone/iPad) | AppCrawlr

WH Question Cards: Who, What, When, Where, Why on the App Store on iTunes

https://itunes.apple.com/…/wh-question-cards-w…/id515954148…
Great app to help HL kids understand WH questions! When something is more abstract, HL kids have difficulty understanding it. Apps like this are so helpful for them! Source: WH Question Cards: Who, What, When, Where, Why on the App Store on iTunes

Mo Willems

http://www.mowillems.com/
For our HL3 and HL kids, these books are great! My son loves them and the stories are told through thought bubbles. Frankie read through them on the line in the book store! lolSource: Mo Willems

Top Five Ways to Encourage Spontaneous Language | Live Speak Love, LLC


Source: Top Five Ways to Encourage Spontaneous Language | Live Speak Love, LLC

Toddler Speech Delay and Potty Training- OurFamilyWorld


Potting training while dealing with a toddler speech delay is definitely a challenge, but follow our tips and you can overcome. Patience is the key!
Source: Toddler Speech Delay and Potty Training- OurFamilyWorld

Books About Kindergarten – Fantastic Fun & Learning

http://www.fantasticfunandlearning.com/books-kindergarten.html
Because Frankie learns language through reading,he is also able to understand the world around him better through reading as well. Parents of Hyperlexics should use all types of books to help their HL child.Help ease the transition into kindergarten by reading some fun books about kindergarten and helping kids know what to expect.
Source: Books About Kindergarten - Fantastic Fun & Learning

WHEN IN DOUBT, WRITE IT OUT!

The rule of thumb for many parents of children with hyperlexia is: WHEN IN DOUBT, WRITE IT OUT! (If it isn’t written, it may not exist)