Autistic non-verbal people are those who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and do not speak. They may use other forms of communication, such as sign language, assistive technology, or pictures.

There are many misconceptions about autistic non-verbal people. Some people believe that they are not intelligent or that they cannot learn. However, this is not true. Autistic non-verbal people are just as intelligent as verbal people, and they can learn and communicate in many different ways.

In this blog post, we will discuss 10 things you should know about autistic non-verbal people. We will cover topics such as their communication, their needs, and how to support them.

Here are 10 things you should know about autistic non-verbal people:

  1. They are not broken. Autistic non-verbal people are not broken or defective. They simply communicate in a different way.
  2. They are intelligent. Autistic non-verbal people can be highly intelligent. They may have a special interest in a particular subject or area of knowledge.
  3. They are creative. Autistic non-verbal people can be very creative. They may have a unique way of looking at the world and expressing themselves.
  4. They are capable of learning. Autistic non-verbal people can learn and grow. They may need different teaching methods than other people, but they are still capable of learning and achieving their goals.
  5. They need communication. Even if they do not speak, autistic non-verbal people still need to communicate. They may use sign language, gestures, or facial expressions to communicate their needs and wants.
  6. They need support. Autistic non-verbal people need support from their families, friends, and community. They need people who understand them and can help them to communicate and thrive.
  7. They are individuals. Autistic non-verbal people are individuals. They each have their own unique personality, strengths, and challenges.
  8. They are worthy of respect. Autistic non-verbal people are worthy of respect. They are just as valuable as anyone else.
  9. They can make a difference. Autistic non-verbal people can make a difference in the world. They have unique talents and perspectives that can contribute to society.
  10. They are loved. Autistic non-verbal people are loved by their families, friends, and community. They are not alone.

Autistic non-verbal people are capable of great things. With the right support, they can live happy and fulfilling lives.

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