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From: Erin
Subject: hey
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 23:55:39 -0900

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I am a teacher of preschool children with disabilities. I have been making
software for the children in my classrooms for the last eight years. Over
the past 23 years I have encountered many types of disabilities and many
types of parents. The question 
I get from most parents is ?Can you teach my child to talk?? This question
has haunted me for years. 
Every child communicates in some form whether it be by crying, body
language, facial expressions or verbalization. Some children talk early,
some late, some with augmentative communication devices, some not at all. As
a teacher I wanted to facilitate the child learning language. 
Then came THE PARENT. (Now, you need to know, I love the parents of the
children I teach.) This parent arrived on the scene with her son who had
Down?s Syndrome. She wanted a piece of software with REAL photos, one on
each screen with the word in text and the word spoken aloud. I looked at her
and thought to myself, ?B-O-R-I-N-G. The child will NEVER respond to that.? 

Alissa   Jones

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