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Silent Voices: Leanne’s Selective Mutism Story
I’m quite thrilled and honored to share another voice of Selective Mutism as a result of Meagan sharing her story with us about 2 weeks ago and then posting a followup on her YouTube Channel. My second guest post comes … Continue reading
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Our daughter’s selective mutism journey
Here’s a post about how we came to suspect my middle daughter had selective mutism when she was 4.5. The Silence Within – is my daughter a selective mute? We took her to a pediatric neuropsychologist in April 2008, who … Continue reading
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For teenagers and adults with Selective Mutism
For the longest time, there weren’t any resources available for selectively mute teenagers and adults. Fortunately most of my readership finds my blog when their children are very young – from about 3 to about 9 or so. This … Continue reading
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