Bubble wall helps non-verbal boy with autism to speak – BBC News

Zac was “beside himself with excitement” at the installation of the wall

A mother has described how a bubble wall in the family kitchen prompted her usually non-verbal five-year-old son to start naming the colours he could see.

Chrissie Render’s son Zac was diagnosed with autism and global development delay just before his third birthday.

Mrs Render, from Derbyshire, said Zac was also soothed by the wall, which pumps bubbles through plastic tubes.

Read more at: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-derbyshire-57360503

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