EYE ON ALUMNI | Cheri Florance, '70 MA., '75 Ph.D. ''I thought, there's something going on here that is very hopeful. I just have to figure it out." When told that she should institutionalize her son, Cheri Florance set out on a radically different route instead. By KRISTEN CONVERY. Cheri Florance is driven by
Article was featured in Issue 58 – The Greatest Love of All: Family March 27, 2017 by Dr. Cheri L. Florance • Autism Articles, Communication Molly was diagnosed with autism at age two. She was quiet—almost non-verbal—and did not play with other children. To communicate, she led her parents to what she wanted or needed.
DO YOU HAVE MOVIE DREAMS OR RADIO DREAMS? If dreami11g for you is like listening to a radio, you are a lexicoder. Many authors, for example, who obviously are more verbal than mosc people, will have conversations in their head with their characters or imagine conversations their characters have with each other.
A mother was told to put her deaf, mute, autistic son in an institution. Instead, she invented a new lexicon. April 8, 2004 Penny Wark, The Times (London) DOCTORS TOLD BRAIN SPECIALIST CHERI FLORANCE THAT HER SON WAS AUTISTIC, BUT SHE BELIEVED THEY WERE WRONG. SHE TELLS OF HOW SHE RISKED HER WHOLE FAMILY'S
January 19, 2004 Dennis Fiely THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH Cheri Florance, the author of Maverick Mind (G.P. Putnam's Sons, $23.95), will lead a workshop March 26-28 at Ohio State University. Visit www.cheriflorance.com for more details. Florance sketches a portrait of her son Whitney, the subject of her book. The heart of a mother coupled
As printed in Simply The Best - South Florida + life + style March/April 2013 Issue By Cheri L. Florance, Ph.D, Brain Scientist Are you confused about how your child’s brain is developing? Confused about how to best help your child succeed at school? Distraught about your child’s future? The Visual Thinker and School About