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by Ben Averill,Judy Endow


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Judy Endow is an international autism speaker, maintains a private practice in Madison, Wisconsin, providing consultation for families, school districts and other agencies.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Judy Endow is an international autism speaker, maintains a private practice in Madison, Wisconsin, providing consultation for families, school districts and other agencies. Besides having autism herself, she is the parent of three now grown sons, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. In her spare time Judy enjoys expressing her thoughts and ideas by creating one-of-a-kind hand-built pottery sculptures.

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Her first book, Making Lemonade, Hints for Autism's Helpers (CBR Press, 2006), shows how Judy has used the lemons .

Her first book, Making Lemonade, Hints for Autism's Helpers (CBR Press, 2006), shows how Judy has used the lemons of her autism to "make lemonade" in her own life. Paper Words, Discovering and Living with My Autism (AAPC Publishing, 2009) was 2010 International Book Award Finalist in irs. For more information: web site: ww. udyendow.

Judy Endow lives in Wisconsin and has three adult sons, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. Making Lemonade: Hints for Autism's Helpers (2006). "The 2010 International Book Awards Results". International Book Awards. Retrieved July 24, 2019. As a child, Endow was institutionalized and received many diagnoses that she felt didn't fully explain her experiences. She was diagnosed as autistic in late life, on the same day as her son's diagnosis. Paper Words: Discovering and Living With My Autism (2009). "Blue Ribbon Panel".

Making Lemonade: Hints for Autism s Helpers, Judy Endow (2006). Written by an adult with autism, this book of poems captures the experience of living with autism. Movement Differences and Diversity in Autism/Mental Retardation, Anne Donnellan and Martha Leary (1995). Learn to appreciate and accommodate people with communication and behavior challenges. The Boy who Loved Windows, Patricia Stacey (2003). Written from a parent s perspective, this book gives readers new insight into autism, movement and sensory differences, and cutting edge approaches to these issues

Judy Endow has given us a book from her heart and from her experience that is truly extraordinary. Her beautiful poetry lets us join her in her unique life journey and wonder from whence she drew the strength and the courage to keep from letting her autism define her and her life.

Judy Endow has given us a book from her heart and from her experience that is truly extraordinary. And with her words she offers a way to redefine autism and those who have been burdened with labels and places of otherness to see them as one with us. Read this book.

Judy Endow is an American autism advocate. Judy Endow lives in Wisconsin and has three adult sons, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. She describes the diagnosis as a "relief," as it explained what she hadn't understood before.

In this episode, I talk to Judy Endow about discovering autism later in life, and how she has made sense of autism both for . Judy’s written a number of books. Making Lemonade: Hints for Autism’s Helpers. Cambridge, WI: CBR Press.

In this episode, I talk to Judy Endow about discovering autism later in life, and how she has made sense of autism both for herself, and also for the clients she works with in her consulting an. Painted Words: Aspects of Autism Translated.

Hint's for autism's helpers.

Comments: (4)

Kemath
I'm overseeing a peer mentoring program for college students with autism, and I meet with the mentors weekly. Each week I choose a poem from this book that is relevant to our discussion to help the students (and me) gain a deeper insight into the mind of autism. They are beautifully written and paint a vivid and lasting picture of Ms. Endow's experience that really help develop understanding of why certain autistic behaviors exist - which is the first step in helping.
Lanadrta
I wasn't very sure of this book until I've met and listen to the Judy a few times. It is now a very powerful book and I've been able to make connections with some of the poems and one of my sons who has Asperger's. She's an amazing person to listen to if given the opportunity.
spark
Excellent Book... Our Autism Resource teachers loved it and shared with all their para's. Highly Recommend. Great explanation as far as what it is like for someone on the spectrum.
Majin
It is hard for me to believe that it was only a little more than a year ago that I met Judy Endow for the first time. Since then, she has become my dear friend and wise counselor to many in the Madison area (and beyond). Making Lemonade is Judy's first published work. It is written in poetic form with elegantly simple illustrations by Ben Averill.

Written for "autism's helpers," there are many practical solutions for supporting and understanding people on the spectrum. For neuro-typical "world people," this book takes us inside autism helping us understand the logical reasoning of seemingly odd behavior. For example, Judy explains why someone on the spectrum may clap when an ambulance goes by:

she hated loud sounds

and had learned from watching at the parade

that when loud noises come and people clap

the loud noises will stop or go away

so a few days later

when a loud ambulance siren

was on the street by her school

she clapped in order to make it stop

and it did even though

she had to clap a long time

This book is drawn from Judy's own life experiences, as a person on the spectrum, parent of a child on the spectrum and from years of experience as a school consultant specializing in supporting children on the autism spectrum. She has a unique way of conveying the challenges of autism from both the perspective of someone on the spectrum and those who support and love them.

Making Lemonade is filled with explanations of typical spectrum behaviors including processing delays, sensory differences, the need for deep pressure (squishing), visual thinking, rule creation, literal thinking, and explosive behavior. It is through understanding why people on the spectrum behave in certain ways, that we can adjust our judgments and expectations. This is the book to help us all do just that. This book is should be read by parents, teachers and anyone else who it an "autism helper."
Making Lemonade: Hints for Autism's Helpers download epub
Author: Ben Averill,Judy Endow
ISBN: 0966037650
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge Book Review Press (April 1, 2006)
Pages: 128 pages