Carly's Voice by Arthur Fleischmann
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Carly's Voice Summary
At the age of two, Carly Fleischmann was diagnosed with severe autism and an oral motor condition that prevented her from speaking. Doctors predicted that she would never intellectually develop beyond the abilities of a small child. Although she made some progress after years of intensive behavioral and communication therapy, Carly remained largely unreachable. Then, at the age of ten, she had a breakthrough.
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"In this unsparing but affecting account ... it's clear that while most people take the ability to communicate for granted, for Fleischmann it defines her daily struggles and miraculous successes.... [An] inspiring story." Publishers Weekly
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Arthur Fleischmann is the founder and president of John St. Advertising and lives with his wife, Tammy, and their two other children in Toronto, Canada.
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