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  • click to enlarge I m sure you seen this I think the technical term is scripting Sometimes it s in context like above sometimes it s when playing with toys and sometimes it s just echolalic

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  • Dissociative Identity Disorder and how selves form Presented by Willie, the team's main 'parent' and resident 'psychologist'. In the book, Nobody Nowhere, I wrote about my original self, Donna and the two that split off from that, Willie at age 2 and Carol at age 4. Each was autistic in their own way. Donna had Agnosias; faceblind, meaning deaf, meaning blind, disconnected from body and lived in a sensory world of pattern, theme, feel, a world of textures, sounds, smells, movement, colour, light. Donna sang songs to herself and made noises at the mirror, related to objects. Donna was present from birth to age 2. Immune deficiencies had set in by 6 months. Willie was the protector, the fight response of Exposure Anxiety and determined to not allow the environment to interact directly with Donna. 'He' was Schizoid and afraid enough of feelings to dissociate from them. Willie was largely silent. Progressively Willie developed OCD by age 9. Willie is the main reader but came to read lists, bullet points and encyclopedic entries. Carol emerged by age 4 and embodied the flight response of Exposure Anxiety. Always diverting and flighty, she was hypomanic, idiosycratic (at times to the point of Schizotypal), socially oblivious and indiscriminate, echolalic, would have fitted ADHD. Carol is a paper shredder who associates reading with failure and had the strongest experiences of dyslexia. Da Boy consolidated around age 8-10 as a playmate and brother to my little brother aged 2-3. He was bombastic, hypomanic, fitted ADHD, was ...
  • LWT Interval Junction into News At Ten 1991 Here is an LWT interval into an edition of ITN's News At Ten one Friday evening in early 1991, complete with the last tracks from the BBC2 trade test tape Cuban Boy, and then there is the ITV corporate identity which fades into the LWT caption complete with Oracle subtitles caption and then an announcement (apologies for the echolalic effect!) and finally that evening's headlines. Previous to this, is the reminder that Channel 4 viewers could tune into their Friday evening offerings, namely Cheers and Vic Reeves' Big Night Out. Enjoy!!!!
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder - a pictorial journey of my team Diagnostic background: I was born in 1963 and had immune deficiencies since 6 mths old. In 1965, aged 2, I was diagnosed as psychotic in a 3 day hospital assessment. I grew up with some of my selves becoming echolalic, others with Selective Mutism. Labeled emotionally disturbed by primary school, I was diagnosed with language processing disorder in late childhood around 1972 and one of my selves acquired functional speech by age 9-11 progressively paving the way for all to eventually have functional speech. At 23, around 1986, I was diagnosed with Atypical Epilepsy after having fugues then diagnosed with autism in 1990. I was treated for PTSD for four years in my 30s and diagnosed with DID in 2010. One year into therapy for DID my Core Self became present full time in the body and after considerable effort began to overcome extreme fear of speech and a marked stammer which had left me believing I was non-verbal I began to speak to people. My team of 9 human alters (all of whom are 'autistic' in different ways), 3 animal alters and 1 object alter (in addition to me as the Core Self) are on the road toward integration. Thank you for stopping by. Donna My full journey can be found at NOTES only 8 of my human alters are presented here. The 9th (Katrina) wasn't acknowledged until after this video was made. After this we became aware of the three animal alters - Ning, Foosh, Opie and an object alter called Esby who are all coming to terms with their ...
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder: Donna Williams, aged 12, switching video 2 I was diagnosed with (Dissociative Identity Disorder) DID in 2010 in addition to my autism. I made this slide show from stills from video footage from when I was 12 years old in 1976. The footage was so fast you get more time to watch it this way. I made it as part of my own struggles in coming to terms with DID. It appears we were picking grass, being solitary. We've been interrupted, Willie appears displeased. "He" gives a 'back off' look then we return to picking grass. Aware the camera is still watching, we sneak a peek. At that point we switch to Carol who gives a compliant 'pleaser' smile, the we switch to comedic Da who gives a 'come on you guys, gimme a break' pressed smile then Anne, one of our shyest appears to be there, unable to look. Someone looks back, still finding us watched by the camera. Our protector, Willie, gets up and strides away. There's a sweet young boy who looked hopeful to play ball but ends up standing there with no takers. Essentially I'm already interacting with my team, the camera is already an interloper and this little boy doesn't stand a chance in the chaos. Switching is not at all always this fast, possibly why those with DID seem simply to be different people on different days, weeks, sometimes hours. But switching can happen in seconds as several alters compete for which is going to present in the body. Each will have a different take on what they've found themselves in. When switching is this fast this is probably why nobody has any ...
  • #42 Language Problems My child's speech is scripted or echolalic If your child doesn't use natural speech or speak like in typical conversations you will need to use unnatural reinforcers, encourage peers to do what works, get your discriminative stimulus to sound more natural such that the child attempts to speak in more natural settings and when he hears more natural speech. There is a good book mentioned in the video by PCDI and see the skill of scripted speech or echolalia as a strength you can capitalize, but do not assume that more words for the prompt or programming in the home program is better as conditioning for understanding of how to get control and what words mean will get more natural speech.
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder: Donna Williams, aged 12, switching I was diagnosed with (Dissociative Identity Disorder) DID in 2010 in addition to my autism. I made this slide show from stills from video footage from when I was 12 years old in 1976. The footage was so fast you get more time to watch it this way. I made it as part of my own struggles in coming to terms with DID. There's no sound to it as it's only 46 secs and I didn't want to add distractions. The original footage doesn't have audio. Da is feisty and comedic, Carol is friendly but off in her own world, Marnie is confrontational, defensive. Looks like Da starts the clip with awareness of her actions, there's a switch to Carol at slide 3 as if she has no idea what she's been in the middle of, then a sudden switch back to Da in slide 5 fully back on track, at slide 9 there's a transition as if Da is momentarily offline, then at slide 10 there's a sudden swipe at the camera by Marnie who looks as if the camera is invading her (probably not aware Da has strode up to the camera) and Marnie is there until the end but someone more aloof exits (possibly Willie). Also note that Da appears to use her right hand as dominant, but Marnie suddenly swiped the camera with her left. Switching is not at all always this fast, possibly why those with DID seem simply to be different people on different days, weeks, sometimes hours. But switching can happen in seconds as several alters compete for which is going to present in the body. Each will have a different take on what they've found ...
  • Slow Six - Echolalic Transitions (excerpt) Stephen Griesgraber and Christopher Tignor of Slow Six perform Echolalic Transitions Live on WFMU - 14 Feb 2005
  • Echolalic BAT (Best Available Technology) audio/video for "Echolalic" visit for more content and information.
  • Sea Cruise A virtual zen-drum journey around Northwest Oregon's Necanicum estuary on a high-tide storm fetch. Dramamine not included. A number of deliberate off-key notes are employed in echolalic support of the composition's overall visual warp.
  • Diesel10Movie These series of clips were shot by a 9 year old boy with autism on an old video phone, 6 seconds at a time. For those of you who know Thomas and the Magic Railway, my son is recreating the scene where Diesel 10 falls off the viaduct. Note that the narration is neither 100% memorized nor echolalic. The act of taping and moving the trains around the track is inspiring him to use original language. The plot itself is changed as a result. I am very excited by all this and am pleased by his ability to manage the cell phone. I hope more "movies" will follow soon.
  • The Direction of Adventure (v2). (Pixar, Drew Struzan, Apple and Brushes love). V2 because I can't choose on music :) Nervey*, ** A love letter to the guys and gals mentioned at the end of the vid. One of my earliest drawing memories is trying to copy an Indiana Jones poster and being amazed at how much detail was in there. Similarly nowadays I look with awe and delight at Pixar movies, especially as my autistic son is heavily echolalic and lives, primarily, on Pixar planet and, as planets go that's not a bad one to visit as often as I do. Drawn on iPad using the Brushes app. For the second or third time in hundreds of images drawn I had a crash which meant I had to work from a screenshot from half way in. Shame, as the early stages were interesting (to me at least) but the movie took YONKS to render so cutting out half of it was possibly a deadline mercy. *A little nervous of elevating myself to even claiming any sort of geographic proximity to any of the tags. Consider me a very distant neighbour. At the end of the day I'm not a bad teacher/youth worker though and occasionally I pretend I can write. **pic has taken a couple of weeks off and on (prob 15 hours plus at least) and all I can see through bleary eyes are the issues. That said I'm back at work full on this week so time's up.
  • Part Two: Comparing Applied Behavioral ***ysis with the Miller Method Part Two: Comparing Applied Behavioral ***ysis with the Miller Method CONTROVERSY AROUND THE ABA/MM WORKSHOP Recently, Dr. Ron Leaf (ABA) complained to Dr. Miller (MM) about alleged bias in the structure of the recent workshop comparing ABA with the Miller Method. By implication he challenged the authenticity of the findings which showed the MM to have a more significant impact than ABA on the nonverbal autistic child both approaches worked with. Below, is the exchange between Dr. Leaf and Dr. Miller. Dr. Leaf: It's the issue of fairness. We found the workshop to be set up in such a biased manner. Not only was the division of time not equitable but the fact that Dr. Miller had contact with clients prior to the workshop was once more example of not abiding by the "agreement". I can certainly understand that he needed every possible advantage but I was disappointed nonetheless. Dr. Miller: Ron, I take strong exception to your assertion that the workshop was biased in favor of the Miller Method. If anything, the workshop was strongly biased in favor of ABA! It was at your request that we authorized Toby Mountjoy (Dr. Leaf's associate) to have 4 additional hours "off stage" with each child so that you might demonstrate gains achieved at the end of the third day. Since each of us had a videotaped hour with each child, with Toby's extra hours that amounted to a 5:1 ratio of hours to be spent with each child by ABA...While the unfairness implicit in this arrangement was ...
  • Slow Six - The Pulse Of This Skyline... Slow Six - The Pulse Of This Skyline With Lightning Like Nerves from their record "Nor'easter" with video art by Shimpei Takeda.
  • Biomedical Recovery from Autism: BEFORE My autistic son at the age of 2 years 5 months. For what it's worth, this is representative of his behavior all the way through February 2009 (age 2 years 9 months,) but this is the latest video I have of him pre-diet. He was verbal, but it was 100% echolalic, and 85% meaningless echolalia (quoting TV for no reason, as opposed to quoting me to request something.) Note the spinning, crashing, toe-walking, and of course, screaming. See my other videos for evidence of his behavior after putting him on the GFCF (gluten-free, casein-free) diet. Feel free to come say hello on my cooking site, .
  • Autism Co-Existing With Alexithymia, Echolalia and Echopraxia This is my fourth video about Autism and my third about Autism and co-existing conditions. I give personal and hopefully a humourous account of having these conditions in context of thought and emotional reflection and how echolalia and echopraxia relate to Autism and obsessive interests. Enjoy! :-)
  • Part One: Comparing Applied Behavioral ***ysis with the Miller Method Part One: Comparing Applied Behavioral ***ysis with the Miller Method CONTROVERSY AROUND THE ABA/MM WORKSHOP Recently, Dr. Ron Leaf (ABA) complained to Dr. Miller (MM) about alleged bias in the structure of the recent workshop comparing ABA with the Miller Method. By implication he challenged the authenticity of the findings which showed the MM to have a more significant impact than ABA on the nonverbal autistic child both approaches worked with. Below, is the exchange between Dr. Leaf and Dr. Miller. Dr. Leaf: It's the issue of fairness. We found the workshop to be set up in such a biased manner. Not only was the division of time not equitable but the fact that Dr. Miller had contact with clients prior to the workshop was once more example of not abiding by the "agreement". I can certainly understand that he needed every possible advantage but I was disappointed nonetheless. Dr. Miller: Ron, I take strong exception to your assertion that the workshop was biased in favor of the Miller Method. If anything, the workshop was strongly biased in favor of ABA! It was at your request that we authorized Toby Mountjoy (Dr. Leaf's associate) to have 4 additional hours "off stage" with each child so that you might demonstrate gains achieved at the end of the third day. Since each of us had a videotaped hour with each child, with Toby's extra hours that amounted to a 5:1 ratio of hours to be spent with each child by ABA...While the unfairness implicit in this arrangement was ...