The children had supposedly been home-schooled, but some had such little understanding of the outside world they didn't know what medicine or a police officer was.
First, subpoenaed documents, which are not public, have been turned over to the court from at least two sources - Mount San Jacinto College, where the Turpin's oldest son attended classes, and Kaiser Permanente, which appears to have kept medical records on the Turpin siblings.
Sources told CBS the adult kids also are playing sports outside, exercising and using iPads.
"Our clients need time, space, and privacy while they receive services and begin the hard process of rebuilding their lives", Caleb Mason, an attorney for the siblings, said in a recent statement.
The older and younger siblings haven't yet reunited but keep in touch through Skype, reps said.
Osborne says that the older siblings are looking forward to going to the beach, hiking mountains, and visiting the movies once they are cleared by their physicians.
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"I just want you to understand what special individuals they are", Osborn said.
Osborn says the siblings all have their own aspirations and interests.
"They're starting from very elementary stuff", she said, but have "progressed very, very well". The shocking crimes alleged in their case have been covered in state, national and worldwide media - where the Turpin home has come to be known as the "horror house".
Defense lawyers said they were overwhelmed by the sheer amount of evidence in the case.
Authorities said the children, for reasons still unclear, were starved for years and held captive in a dirty, smelly house in Perris, Calif.
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The mother of 13 also pleaded not guilty on Friday to a count of felony assault. The Riverside County district attorney reportedly said that if the case goes to trial, the children are prepared to testify, according to CBS. The charges against them only cover the time the family lived in Riverside County, which began in 2010.
Officers responding to the scene found her 12 siblings ranging in age from two to 29 inside, suffering from malnourishment, muscle wasting and other signs of severe abuse.
Six weeks after the David and Louise Turpin's arrests and the rescue of their 13 kids, a lawyer representing the couple's seven adult children has shared promising details about the siblings' recovery.
Prosecutors then told the judge they planned to conduct the hearing under Proposition 115, meaning they would focus on testimony from investigators, not the kids.
The Turpins are each being held in lieu of $12 million bail at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside and are facing 94 years to life in state prison if convicted.
The seven oldest children, who are recovering in hospital, had never seen a toothbrush before. The Turpins were ordered back to court March 23 and have a preliminary hearing set for May 14.
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