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Ido in Autismland: Climbing Out of Autism's Silent Prison (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 25 ott 2012

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5.0 su 5 stelle First Autism Book I Could Relate To 23 novembre 2012
Di BuffaloGal - Pubblicato su
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I am a parent of a child with non-verbal autism and this is the first book I could relate to. I have amassed a large library of books on autism since my son was diagnosed 7 years ago. A lot of them have offered false hope and made me feel very frustrated as a parent whose child did not progress as significantly as others did to therapies such as ABA, special diets, biomedical treatments, and a myriad of other conventional therapies. It wasn't till we took our son to Soma, the same teacher Ido had to teach him to communicate on a letter board, that we saw a glimpse of hope for our son. Ido clearly explains, with tremendous insight and maturity for such a young person, many of the features I see in my son, but never understood- the inability to speak or control his actions, his impulsivity, self-stims, anxiety, and frustrations. Most importantly though, Ido and his mother show us it is possible for our son to have a meaningful life in which real communication is achievable without having to speak. Working with Soma and seeing the success of one of her students (there are many more out there) renews my hope and gives me a passion to keep striving for my son to communicate and to learn beyond the preschool curriculum most non verbal kids are forced to endure. This book showed me what I have suspected all along, that the current understanding about autism needs to be revised and standards of autism treatment must be more tailor made depending on whether a child has speech or not. I recommend this book for familes who have children with autism, especially those with non-verbal autism or those whose hope is faltering. I also recommend this to all educators, therapists, medical workers, and anyone else who comes in contact with children with autism. Thank you Ido and his mom for writing this brave book!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Ido and his mother tell a compelling story of anxiety and success in Autismworld. 5 agosto 2013
Di Kathy Jordan - Pubblicato su
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My son was diagnosed as autistic 46 years ago, during the days when the medical world believed cold, unfeeling, refrigerator mothers caused the disorder. He has a seizure disorder, very little comprehensible speech. As I read Ido's story, I am cheering for him, while at the same time mourning for what could have been for my Jeff. I know he wants to communicate, I can see it in him, and how he gives up so easily. God Speed Ido. What you are doing will change the outcomes and future of untold numbers of disabled people.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Must-read for anyone working in the field of autism 22 dicembre 2014
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As a behavior consultant working exclusively with individuals with developmental disabilities, I've read dozens of books written by individuals with autism. This book has been the most helpful of all of them to me both professionally and personally. Ido's writing is very quick and easy to read. He concisely breaks down his thoughts into manageable sections for busy people. He really gives neuro-typicals an insider's view of what it feels like to have autism. He helps the reader to understand the difficulties and struggles associated with having autism, which explains some of the inexplicable behaviors often observed by professionals. He also helps professionals understand some of the negative and potentially harmful interventions that we implement 'in their best interest' because we know best from our education and experience. As a professional, it was a little painful to see myself in some of the intervention methods forced upon him by the professionals in his life. I feel enlightened and have apologized to the individuals on my caseload and have been working diligently to improve my understanding, tolerance, and behavior management assistance.
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4.0 su 5 stelle So enlightening to help understand my own son! 24 dicembre 2014
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My son is also non-verbal with autism. We started with RPM about three years ago, and it has opened up a world of communication, but he, at 9 years old, still is needing his hand to be steadied because he prefers his iPad over the letterboard. We have encountered the paradox between his thoughts and brilliant mind and his body able to obey it. As his mother, I saw my own son described eloquently in these writings, and I so applaud Ido and his family for being pioneers to show that non-verbal autism does not mean low-intelligence. The conversation with educators and therapists certainly needs to change, and I am asking my son's team to please read this book. He has communicated similar things with me about feeling so very frustrated at school with the matching, the drills, the simple lessons that he can't master but fully understands. I've felt his angst as his behaviors increased at school. Ido is a real inspiration to is for what's possible, and for persevering when there is so much telling you to settle for less. Everyone deserves to communicate, and if that way is found (almost always thanks to a Soma's RPM in this vein of autism, I notice), it's cruel to deny our kids a shot with what works instead of forcing them into old paradigms. This real, firsthand account of someone with autism advocating for his fellow students is a labor of love!
5.0 su 5 stelle Beautifully written! 5 giugno 2016
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Our son is currently 9 years old, non-verbal, and considered "low functioning." We were recently introduced to the SOMA Rapid Prompting Method. The family who introduced us to RPM started this method two years ago with their own son. Their child is also non-verbal like ours, but he has progressed from a letter board to using his iPad to communicate. She recommended Ido's book to us, and it completely changed how we interact with our son. We now speak to him like we would to a neurotypical 9-year-old boy, instead of simple phrases as suggested by his SLPs. I now understand how difficult it can be for him to talk, and how frustrating it can be. We assume intelligence in our everyday interactions, and it's made (and continues to make) a huge difference! We have less tantrums and meltdowns. We assume he's doing the best he can, and now understand that not everything he does is a "behavioral problem" as we are led to believe. ABC (antecedent, behavior, consequence) charts will not fix a motor-mind disconnect. Thank you for writing this book Ido, and for sharing your frustrations and challenges. Thank you for helping me to be a better advocate for my son. I liken those who see but still don't believe to Pharisees. Blessed are those who still believe! Our son is a miracle in progress!

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