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Although Carly still struggles with all the symptoms of autism, which she describes with uncanny accuracy and detail, she now has regular, witty, and profound conversations on the computer with her family, her therapists, and the thousands of people who follow her via her blog and on Facebook and Twitter. A 2009 segment on 20/20 brought her story to national attention, and she has since appeared on television with Larry King, Ellen DeGeneres, and Holly Robinson Peete, all of whom have developed warm relationships with her.
In Carly's Voice, her father, Arthur Fleischmann, blends Carly's own words with his story of getting to know his remarkable daughter. One of the first books to explore firsthand the challenges of living with autism, it brings listeners inside a once-secret world in the company of an inspiring young woman who has found her voice and her mission.
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By Yolanda on 08-09-13
A peek inside...
What made the experience of listening to Carly's Voice the most enjoyable?
I am a teacher of students with Autism. I often wonder what they are thinking. This book gave me an opportunity to possibly find out. No person with Autism is the same but they do have similar characteristics. This book helped me to better understand my students and the reasons they do the things they do. Hearing from Carly as to why she reacts a certain way or why she does/does not do a specific thing made sense. It also gives you incite as to how the family lives and deals with the daily challenges they face.
I recommend this book to everyone. With that number of people with Autism growing, it would be beneficial to understand the challenges they and their families face. Although no person with Autism is the same it is good start to peek inside their life and better understand the world they live in.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
By Alutes on 07-12-16
I was moved by this amazing girl. I also work with an amazing girl very much like Carly. She is, like Carly, nonverbal with full blown Autism, complete with the behaviors that go with the lack of communication. She is, like Carly, writing and communicating with the use of a device. We both listened to "Carly's Voice" on audio. She is, unlike Carly, still requiring a supported hand when writing. She'll get there.
Thank you Carly and Arthur for such a brutally honest look at the tears and triumphs that come with Autism. We are truly blessed to know you.
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