Wednesday, March 12, 2014


Hi Friends, Carly Fleishman has nonverbal autism but she has told her story in a book entitled 'Breaking Through Autism' and here is a video clip illustration of her experience, one brief moment in an average day. Clearly, there are countless degrees within the autism spectrum but this teaches us about some of the feelings a person may have. Does it ring true do you think, those of you with a child with autism? YouTube has other clips bearing her name


  • Autism Angel - Carly Fleischmann - YouTube

    Aug 12, 2009 - Uploaded by gregwiatt
    This is the amazing story of a little girl with autism and how the dedication and perseverance of her parents ...
  • Carly Fleischmann-autistic+intelligent girl-corrected ... - YouTube

    Oct 22, 2012 - Uploaded by Katinka Nasenbär
    And here is the original English version with English subtitles as a help for understanding what is said (red ...
  • Autistic Girl Expresses Unimaginable Intelligence - YouTube

    May 26, 2011 - Uploaded by BellaLunaJessalynn
    Carly's Facebook pages Public Figure: ...
  • MY DEFINING MOMENT: Carly Fleischmann - YouTube

    May 1, 2012 - Uploaded by Strombo
    Carly Fleischmann, co-author of 'Carly's Voice' shares her integral experience with social-media. For more ...
  • Carly Fleischmann - YouTube

    Dec 7, 2010 - Uploaded by Carly Fleischmann
    Carly Fleischmann as featured on ABC's 20/20. ... Carly on CBS The Talk April 15 , by Carly ...
  • Carly Fleischmann | Facebook

    Carly Fleischmann. 139504 likes ... To connect with Carly Fleischmann, sign up for Facebook today. ... More.
  • My Autism My Voice: Highlight Video: Carly Fleischmann on ABC

    Mar 17, 2012 - Carly Fleischmann is a 16 year old girl with autism who is nonverbal but still ... Youtube:
  • Carly Fleischmann: Video about autistic Toronto teen wins ...

    Jun 22, 2013 - Unless you're an autistic person, like Carly Fleischmann... Café, and posted it on YouTube as well as the website,

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