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DeAnne Gardman
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Hello! I am a first grade teacher here in Anchorage. I have a little girl in my class who has been diagnosed with Selective Mutism. She has made it all the way through Kindergarten and 3 months of first grade without speaking to any of the teachers or suppport staff. She will whisper with her hand over her mouth to certain friends. At home, she is just like any other child. She comes from a family with 6 siblings and apparently one of her older sisters also had Selective Mutism until she was 5.
I am looking for suggestions of specific things that I can do in the classroom to increase her feelings of security. I know that she is happy in my classroom, her mother and sisters tell me that she talks about our class and activities at home all the time. She will smile at me and hold my hand and likes to stand/sit by me. However, when I ask her a question (I figure I should at least give her the opportunity!), she just crosses her eyes and loses all facial expression.
Her mom is not interested in counseling or extra help. She feels that since her first child grew out of it all by herself, so would this child.
Thank you for any help/suggestions/further readings! I want to make sure that I am doing all that I can for this sweet little girl. November 9, 1999
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