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Friday, July 18, 2008

Success Story-Kids

The first photo is my nephew Farryl who is very intellectual like him and somewhat like him, autistic...we really dont know yet coz my nephew was never diagnosed as such. We, the family doubt that he is. At the age of 1year old, he likes encyclopedia, readers digest, atlas and old navigational books. He is 7 years old now and speaks fast of which we asks him many times what he was saying. He talks and understand English more than our own language. He can read words before he knew the sounds of the alphabet , even before he went to formal schooling.....not simple words...he reads hard to spell words.
The thing is, the parents (my brother) is an ordinary employee and my sis-in-law stays at home to take care of the 3 kids. We really wanted Farryl to be diagnosed by a well respected doctor and help us send him to school intended for his kind to live normal in life. I read a lot of people who had autism lives a normal life because they were being trained and attended in the right school.

I believe that my nephew has skills and we wanted to pull out from him but we are struggling to learn how to help him professionally. When I saw David sang in America's Got Talent and learned that he is autistic, I remember Farryl. I cried, I admire David that he got parents more blessed in life...and admire them for loving David that way. Our Farryl loves singing too....and fascinated with talk show...hahaha...yap....amazing.

Farryl is one reason that I strive to be successful. I know my opportunity is just up for grasp and so will his. See David's video in Youtube....video bar in this page.

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