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Everyone can communicate

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Everyone can communicate, even if like Amy you can't speak. A big part of our work is finding different ways of communicating other than just speech.

I usually look for the bad in situations rather than the good but since Amy has been with Choice Support, I have not been able to find any bad. Amy’s mother
I am extremely pleased with her home and the staff support. Amy's mother
A person’s ability to communicate is not dependent on their being able to master certain skills, it is dependent on our ability to listen and communicate responsively. Jo Grace, The Sensory Projects, PMLD Standards
Seeing the way people who are profoundly disabled can join in and enjoy a story using touch and smell, as well as sound, was a deeply rewarding experience. Feedback, Choice Support Sensory Stories Workshop

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