There is no such thing as a little moment. Little moments are big moments, especially if you have a person with special needs in your life. Phillip, my profoundly autistic brother, has always been nonverbal. Like many other nonverbal people, Phillip communicates solely through behavior and actions. As a result, it is left to the family or caregivers to learn how to interpret their behavior. Our mother, an artist, constantly looked for innovative ways to connect and communicate with Phillip. As a ..