By Pam Scheunemann
Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture ''aw'' in such phrases as ''paw,'' ''saw,'' ''gnaw,'' and ''flaw.''
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The outcome of the call was that we were no further ahead. ” In desperation, I wrote to Jim Taylor, the head teacher of the Struan House School, who helped arrange an appointment for us to see Elizabeth Newson, a professor of child psychology. We spent a full morning with the professor and talked her through Dale’s history from birth to the present, while a PhD psychology student also made a detailed assessment. Finally, after appointments with thirteen different professionals over a sixteen-month period, and Dale aged three years and eleven months, a diagnosis was made.
I gently hugged him, tears still in my eyes. “Good boy, Dale. Yes, it’s a tree. I love hearing you say tree. You’re a good boy. Tree. Tree! ” Still better was that Dale looked really happy because of my delight. ” I wanted him to learn how much I loved hearing him speak. I beamed at my mother, who observed, “If this is what it takes, so be it. ” Dale seemed delighted with his new word, but the enormity of what would be involved in teaching him more soon became apparent. qxd:Layout 1 5/6/08 10:30 AM Page 25 A Different Child tree literally, thereafter assigning it to everything remotely similar and green, whether it were a real tree, a plant, a bush, watercress, or broccoli.
Qxd:Layout 1 5/6/08 10:30 AM Page 27 A Lonely Battle one he had pointed out to me. The new toy and my praise delighted him. Heartened though I was with Dale’s growing collection of little cars, there was no denying that the occasional words he now echoed back to us were always spoken without expression or intention to communicate. Also, delighted as Dale was with his collection of cars, the absence of symbolic or imaginative play was all too evident. He would simply line up the cars without the slightest attempt to make engine noises.