Gallery: Beautiful drawings show the music of sign language ‹ Reader —

This may have nothing to do with Autism or Asperger’s, but bear with me while I explain why I sent this to you.

Sign language is very unique and how it communicates. The same could be said for anyone on the spectrum, because we communicate differently as well. Reading this article might actually help you interpret how to talk, and how to change your voice based on who you are talking to and their personal preferences. That is a valuable lesson for anyone to learn, including those on the spectrum.

About akutil86

Diagnosed with Aspergers at 34, this blog chronicles some of the life events I've gone through, and how I hope to help others on the Autism Spectrum. Posts that are personal opinions will be moving to another Wordpress site by the end of the year; for those looking for help with autism, I hope you will continue to visit and spread the word about the articles that most of the time are links to something I read. Please let me know what challenges you are facing, and I will do my best to address them. Thanks for reading my blog!
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