Wie ek is en hoe ek praat Who I am and how I speak

my silent voice/ my stil stem

My mamma is my woorde se stem, want ek is al 13 jaar oud maar kan nie praat nie. Tog het ek baie woorde in my kop wat ek graag met julle wil deel oor my lewe as ‘n outistiese seun. Daarom moet ek met my mamma se hulp vir julle skryf of spel op my spelbord, want my stem is stil. My mamma moet my help, maar my woorde is my eie woorde. Ek is nie my eie lyf se baas nie, daarom is dit vir my moeilik om self te tik, so, my mamma help my om te leer tik met Spelling to Communicate. Dit is my mooiste verhaal se begin by Spelling to Communincate wat vir my mamma gewys het dat ek ook mooi slim is en woorde het al het hulle niks klank nie. Ek is baie dankbaar vir Spelling to Communicate, want dit het my…

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My mamma # My mommy

My mamma is my grootste ondersteuner. Sy is die een wat my elke dag help om te kan praat. Mamma is my mooiste mamma. My pa is baie gelukkig om haar as vrou te hê. Mamma is so anders as ander mammas wat net mooi lief is vir hul kinders, want mamma is ook my stem en my lyf se mooi motorband, want sy help my lyf reguleer en hou my lyf op die regte pad soos ‘n kar se wiele hom op die regte pad hou. Mens moet vreeslik baie geduld hê om dit te kan doen. My mamma het nie baie geduld nie, maar sy het geleer om met my geduldig te wees. Selfs al maak ek haar soms maar sleg seer sy bly bly lief vir my en probeer my altyd help. Sonder haar sou ek verlore gewees het. My mamma is my beste vriendin maar ook my belangrikste skakel met die wêreld wat my nie verstaan nie.

Translation to English by Mom.

My mommy is my greatest supporter. She is the one that helps me everyday to communicate. Mommy is my most beautiful mommy. My dad is very lucky to have her as a wife. My mommy is so different from other moms who only love their children, because my mom is also my voice and my body’s tyre, because she helps me to regulate my body and keep my body on the right path as a car’s wheels keeps a car on the right path. You have to have a lot of patience to to be able to do that. My mommy does not have a lot of patience, but she learned to have patience with me. Even though I sometimes hurt her, she still loves me and always tries to help me. Without her, I would be lost. My mommy is my best friend but also my most important link to the world that does not understand me.

Wie ek is en hoe ek praat Who I am and how I speak

My mamma is my woorde se stem, want ek is al 13 jaar oud maar kan nie praat nie. Tog het ek baie woorde in my kop wat ek graag met julle wil deel oor my lewe as ‘n outistiese seun. Daarom moet ek met my mamma se hulp vir julle skryf of spel op my spelbord, want my stem is stil. My mamma moet my help, maar my woorde is my eie woorde. Ek is nie my eie lyf se baas nie, daarom is dit vir my moeilik om self te tik, so, my mamma help my om te leer tik met Spelling to Communicate. Dit is my mooiste verhaal se begin by Spelling to Communincate wat vir my mamma gewys het dat ek ook mooi slim is en woorde het al het hulle niks klank nie. Ek is baie dankbaar vir Spelling to Communicate, want dit het my wereld van stilte oop gesluit. My woorde wat al so lank in my kop rond dwaal soos diere in ‘n hok, kan nou uiteindelik uit kom en my lewe is soveel beter as gevolg daarvan. My lewe was baie sleg toe ek nog nie kon kommunikeer nie. Nou word al my drome waar. Hierdie blog is een van my drome.

“It is important to tell my story so that other children can also be helped.” Nicolaas Paulsen

Translation to English by Mom.

Who I am and how I speak

My mommy is my words’ voice, because I am 13 years old but cannot speak.I have many words in my head though that I want to share with you about my life as an autistic boy. I therefore, with my mommy’s help, have to write to you or spell on my spellingboard, because my voice is silent. My mommy have to help me, but my words are my own words. I am not the boss of my own body, it is therefore very difficult for me to type myself. My mommy helps me to learn to type with Spelling to Communicate. My most beautifull story starts with Spelling to Communicate as it showed my mommy that I am also clever and have words eventhough they have no sound. I am very thankfull to Spelling to Communicate, because it unlocked my world of silence. My words, that have been wandering in my head like animals in a cage, can now be set free and my life is so much better because of that. My life was terrible before, when I could not communicate. Now all my dreams come true. This blog is one of my dreams.

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