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Poorman the Compassionate, An Essay and Interview by John Smyth

Nonverbal autistic John Smyth is a prolific writer. He is currently in his sophomore year at Marian University in Indianapolis, IN. As a class assignment in his Theology course, John was given this assignment: Reflect on a person whom you know that demonstrates Compassion After talking with this person, write a reflection on your conversation.…

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The Babble Out Blog

We received an email from Zoey Miller, the founder and editor-in-chief of The Babble Out, a blog dedicated to issues parents, especially new moms, face on a daily basis. Topics discussed include Baby & Parenting, Health as it pertains to both babies and parents, and Life issues that we all deal with. “As a working…

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Matt Hayes’ Documentary “My Voice” Silenced in Central Indiana

A few years ago, we wrote about a remarkable young man named Matthew Hayes who has been autistic since birth and started typing at a very young age, which surprised everyone because he was thought to be mentally retarded and could not think normally. Matt’s journey from silence to the discovery of his “voice” through…

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March Supported Typing Coaching Workshop & Typers’ Training Cancelled

The Coaching Workshop & Typers’ Training on March 3 – 5 Has Been Cancelled Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have cancelled the Supported Typing Coaching Workshop & Typers’ Training scheduled for March 3 – 5, 2017. If you registered with a credit card, refunds will automatically be made to your card in the next few…

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Independent Typer/Social Talker Jamie Burke Coming to Central Indiana on 3/12

Click to Scroll Down to Event Details(Includes Updated Schedule Information)   We are pleased to announce that Jamie Burke, a Motivational Speaker, Social Advocate, and autistic independent typer, will be making a visit to the Indianapolis area, with presentations on Saturday March 12th and Sunday March 13th. Long-time members of Saved By Typing may recognize…

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