On the topic of change, Philip wrote:
I want to each day so care for each Autistic by establishing RPM as the standard method going to school. Right now the standard is remedial work. It otherwise is ABA. ABA is too repetitive and boring. No demands are made on our intellect, only on our uncooperative bodies. I escaped this model of education. RPM teaches me something new daily. RPM is day to day meaningful learning and communication. I am now in a generation of so-called non-verbals who come to learn RPM to talk with a letterboard. You should dare to listen to us. We are not deceitful. Instead we are really kind and caring. We are trying to help each other. You really show care when you dare to meet us where we are learning notable RPM.
An outing with Tito Mukhopadhyay during Soma's RPM Workshop in Buffalo. Many families and professionals were able to learn RPM for their children and clients for the first time. The kids participating were able to show everyone how smart they are!