So I will ask her, “So, Mom do you want to listen to some polka music today?” And she will nod her head yes, and on it goes on the device. So whether or not she can communicate in a way like we are doing right now, she can understand basic thoughts that I am conveying to her and respond appropriately but as a head nod or a head…you know, either way it’s a head nod. She will hold on to my hand when she thinks it’s time for me to go, and just grip that a little bit tighter when she anticipates it’s time for me to leave. When I ask her to wave goodbye when I’m leaving her room, it is the just most tender moment. Because as frail she is, she still understands the way it looks if her hand is resting, it looks like this. That’s her way; she’s making the motion, she’s making that connection so all of those things are her means of communicating.