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People with Rett Syndrome Understand

If you do just one important thing today, watch this video. The idea that just because you can’t speak, you don’t understand is such a travesty in the world of girls and women with Rett Syndrome. They are underestimated. Some are treated like babies for the whole of their lives. This is a very old fashioned idea. These girls are simply locked-in. Please watch this video.

Scott L Vannatter - February 15, 2013 - 1:48 pm

I had to do things differently after the stroke; I could still talk and all, but there were many things I just couldn’t / can’t do the same way. Why should they be different? They just need a different way to communicate.
Scott

Bea - February 19, 2013 - 2:13 pm

I’ve sent the link to *everybody* who works with our daughter and have had tremendous positive feedback – we’ve always known that she can understand so much more than we realise, but it’s good to be reminded every now and then.

Thank you for posting this video !

Patricia Cady - February 24, 2013 - 4:43 am

I know fully well that my granddaughter does understand. She also has Rett Syndrome. I loved the video and I plan on posting it and sharing the video. Thank you for making the video.

Linda Bell - August 22, 2014 - 11:00 pm

There are no words. (crying)

Lisa Williams - November 3, 2014 - 9:34 pm

My little girl is 6 yrs old with retts she has just started to hold her breath at night she does it a few times before she sleeps for the night this is nwe for her and me

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