Songs for Children with Autism

March 13, 2009 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Children's Songs | 2 Comments
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Many amazing things have happened since starting Dream English. The emails keep coming in everyday from all over the world, and they are so inspiring. Thank you all! I recently received a very touching email, and Reema agreed to let me share it with you:

my name is reema, the day i downloaded your songs from dream english and ryhmes my son started talking.My son is diagnosed by speech and development delay (autism).he is 4yrs.he never tried to speak a single word.every day he listen to your songs.now he started to talk.yours song what’s your name, when it comes he say his name ethan.

I have actually received a few emails from parents of children with autism. I am always touched to hear the stories of the children singing the Dream English songs. Thank you Reema for sharing this wonderful news.

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  1. Dear Matt,
    I just wanted to thank you for the great material you have provided to us all. It has made my life so much easier when teaching private students. I am Turkish and do lessons to earn extra cash for my family. I adopted 3 children 7 years ago and they are also enjoying learning English.
    One of my students is autistic and he has just learnt to read. I test his understanding by doing 10 minute communicaion by writing what I have to say to him. He may answer in writing or verbally.

    Thank you once again.

    Kind regards,

    Nese

  2. Dear Nese,

    You are welcome. I am happy to hear the materials are useful for you and your family. Keep up the good work!

    Matt


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