Salute to Hammie

Look what my brilliant friend Hammie developed to help non-verbal kids communicate, starring her daughter Grace. If only we could all have mothers like Hammie (and daughters like Grace!)

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25 Responses to “Salute to Hammie”

  1. Make Do Style Says:

    Isn’t it wonderful!!

  2. Iheartfashion Says:

    Brilliant!
    What a great idea.

  3. Sarah P Says:

    Fecking amazing. I’ve been following Hammie’s blog for a while now – how amazing to see gorgeous Grace in person! And an iPhone app too – what genius. Families like this give me hope for the world. xx

  4. annemarie Says:

    Congratulations Hammie and Grace!

  5. Ann Says:

    For all the things in life that bring tears to my eyes, this was a wonderful and excellent reason for once.

    Grace is a beautiful child and Hammie is a great person and mother.

  6. Stella Mayfair Says:

    what great news to start off the new year. that’s just wonderful!
    hammie’s a true heroine, and little grace is lovely!

  7. Sally Says:

    Holy CRAP, I have been out of the Hammie loop! That is completely amazing!!!

  8. Braindance Says:

    Hammie,
    Braindance salutes you, what a innovative and totally useful creation for people with a myriad of communication obstacles.

    Brains, beauty and empathy, you are the perfect mother.
    Top respect. x

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  10. deja pseu Says:

    That’s fabulous! We kept trying to find something like that for our son when he was younger and very delayed with his verbal communication. This is going to help a lot of kids!!

  11. hammie Says:

    Wow, thanks Sis. And thanks everyone for the encouragement. xx

  12. Susan Says:

    What beautiful and devoted work you do, Hammie, to help your family and others. Much love and respect.

  13. Jenny Dunville Says:

    WOW! This is huge. Visual learning is so untapped & this development can help many, many people. Thankyou, thankyou.

  14. WendyB Says:

    Yay, Hammie!

  15. Andra Says:

    I couldn’t get it to play.

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  17. dust Says:

    Nice!

  18. UnlockAutism.com Says:

    great way to use technology. I asked blackberry to get involved with this 5 years ago and they laughed at me. This looks to be very promising and could morph into a blue tooth enabled voice prompter before long.??

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  20. Moda Says:

    Great job Hammie!

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  22. Aja Says:

    Well done Hammie!!

  23. fashionherald Says:

    Wow, really brilliant. What an impressive achievement and contribution. And what a beautiful family!

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  25. K-Line Says:

    OMG – I just saw this and it’s genius! I love that woman.

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