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Ketchup Is My Favorite Vegetable

Author : Liane Kupferberg Carter
ISBN : 9781784502096
Genre : Family & Relationships
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How do you create an ordinary family life, while dealing with the extraordinary needs of an autistic child? Meet Mickey - charming, funny, compassionate, and autistic. In this unflinching portrait of family life, Liane Kupferberg Carter gives us a mother's insight into what really goes on in the two decades after diagnosis. From the double-blow of a subsequent epilepsy diagnosis, to bullying and Bar Mitzvahs, Mickey's struggles and triumphs along the road to adulthood are honestly detailed to show how one family learned to grow and thrive with autism.
Category: Family & Relationships

Ketchup Is My Favorite Vegetable

Author : Liane Kupferberg Carter
ISBN : 184905715X
Genre : Autism in adolescence
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When Liane's son Mickey was first diagnosed with autism, she blamed herself. Two decades later, older and wiser, she reaches out to other families with this candid memoir. Sometimes heart-wrenching, often funny, but always honest, this book is an eye-opening example of how a family learned not just to survive, but to thrive with autism.
Category: Autism in adolescence

V Khol Banayikh

Author : Sara Rubinow Simon
ISBN : 1934527203
Genre : Religion
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A Jewish Special Needs Resource Guide. This handbook describes various disabilities and provides an array of options including program models, professional development, interventions and resources (material and organizations).
Category: Religion

How To Be A Sister

Author : Eileen Garvin
ISBN : 9781615191178
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Eileen Garvin's older sister, Margaret, was diagnosed with severe autism at age three. Growing up alongside Margaret wasn't easy: Eileen often found herself in situations that were simultaneously awkward, hilarious, and heartbreaking. For example, losing a blue plastic hairbrush could leave Margaret inconsolable for hours, and a quiet Sunday Mass might provoke an outburst of laughter, swearing, or dancing. How to Be a Sister begins when Eileen, after several years in New Mexico, has just moved back to the Pacific Northwest, where she grew up. Being 1,600 miles away had allowed Eileen to avoid the question that has dogged her since birth: What is she going to do about Margaret? Now, Eileen must grapple with this question once again as she tentatively tries to reconnect with Margaret. How can she have a relationship with someone who can’t drive, send email, or telephone? What role will Eileen play in Margaret’s life as their parents age, and after they die? Will she remain in Margaret's life, or walk away? A deeply felt, impeccably written memoir, How to Be a Sister will speak to siblings, parents, friends, and teachers of people with autism—and to anyone who sometimes struggles to connect with someone difficult or different.
Category: Family & Relationships

Living In Two Worlds

Author : Dylan Emmons
ISBN : 9781784502638
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Dylan Emmons has always lived his life in two worlds. Diagnosed with Asperger's at the age of six, his school days were spent struggling to overcome the sensory and social hurdles that made fitting in with his classmates in the 'real world' so hard. An aspiring social chameleon, he attempted to blend in, despite his hidden other world of Asperger's. This book tells the story of his attempt, with the hindsight gained in adult life that it is better to spend energy learning to be happy, than learning to be 'normal'. By describing the two conflicting worlds of his childhood, Dylan Emmons reveals the reasons behind the actions, mood swings and awkwardness of children on the autism spectrum that can often appear mysterious and unprovoked to neurotypical family members, friends, teachers and professionals.
Category: Family & Relationships

A Parents Abc Of The Autism Spectrum

Author : Stephen Heydt
ISBN : 9781784504359
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 39.59 MB
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Covering everything from Anxiety to Fragile-X Syndrome, Stephen Heydt provides an alphabetical categorisation of the possible issues a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may encounter. Written by an experienced clinical psychologist, this book offers information for parents whose children have been diagnosed with ASD, and is presented in an easy-to-use A to Z format. In a return to core understandings of ASD, the author translates difficult behavioural issues into practical information and strategies. Designed for parents and carers in a methodical order, A Parent's ABC of the Autism Spectrum will help explain the challenges of living with childhood ASD.
Category: Family & Relationships

From One Survivor To Another To Another To Another

Author : Jean Hulsey
ISBN : 9781490889580
Genre : Self-Help
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“You have breast cancer.” Each year thousands of people—women and men—hear those words. It’s likely that some time in your life, a friend or family member will hear those words. It may be you. Although your medical professional and even your brain may be telling you it’s definitely treatable and possibly even curable, it would be natural if your first emotions were panic and fear. Your next thoughts may be How can I deal with this? From One Survivor to Another ... to Another ... to Another ... A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Handbook shares the questions, the fears, and the hopes of individuals battling breast cancer. Authors Jean Hulsey and Angelia Hulsey Carpenter are mother and daughter—and breast cancer survivors. Hulsey was diagnosed in 2005 and Carpenter four years later. In this handbook, they tell how they helped each other through their cancer treatments despite living in different states. You will laugh and cry as they share the similarities and differences in their survival journeys. Survivor tips, cosurvivor actions, and journaling pages include everyone in the breast cancer journey. Battling breast cancer is stressful, scary, and can sometimes make one feel alone. From One Survivor to Another ... to Another ... to Another ... A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Handbook provides practical information and hope, two things that are pivotal to fighting and winning against breast cancer.
Category: Self-Help

The Little Gate Crasher

Author : Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer
ISBN : 099963383X
Genre : Photography
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At a time before cell phones or Andy Warhol, you could say Mace Bugen was the world's first practitioner of the celebrity selfie. Over a period of three decades, the 48" tall Jewish dwarf engineered photos of himself with some of the biggest celebrities of his day: Muhammad Ali, Jonas Salk, Joe DiMaggio, and Richard Nixon. Photos and biography.
Category: Photography

Recipes For The Specific Carbohydrate Diet

Author : Raman Prasad
ISBN : 9781616738457
Genre : Cooking
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DIVThe Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) is a strict grain-free, lactose-free, and sucrose-free dietary regimen intended for those suffering from Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis (both forms of IBD), celiac disease, IBS, cystic fibrosis, and autism. For those suffering from gastrointestinal illnesses, this book offers a method for easing symptoms and pain, and ultimately regaining health. Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(TM) includes a diverse and delicious collection of 150 SCD-friendly recipes and more than 80 dairy-free recipes. The easy-to-make and culturally diverse recipes featured in the book include breakfast dishes, appetizers, main dishes, and desserts, such as Hazelnut-Vanilla Pancakes, Olive Sandwich Bread, Chicken Satay, Roasted Bass with Parsley Butter, Thin Crust Pizza, Gretel's Gingerbread Cookies, and Mango Ice Cream. Full-color photos will inspire you to get cooking again. In addition, personal anecdotes accompany each section of this book./div
Category: Cooking

Dragonfly

Author : Lori Ashley Taylor
ISBN : 1510732179
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A parent's guide to helping children with autism maximize their potential. Over a decade ago, an autism diagnosis had confined Lori Ashley Taylor's daughter Hannah to an inaccessible world. Lori became a tireless researcher, worker, and advocate, and her dedication showed results. There can be progression and shifting on the spectrum, and Hannah has done just that--she has emerged. Part narrative and part practical guide, Dragonfly provides anecdotal and practical guidance for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. The author discusses intervention strategies, therapies such as Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), and different medical tests. She explains Autism terminology like hyperresponsivesness and stimming. A classroom teacher herself, she recommends educational accommodations and supports. Busy parents can find practical tips on everything from making friends to Sensory Processing Disorder in helpful sidebars in the text. Taylor's personal experience is supplemented by wisdom from a series of round table discussions featuring other parents of children with autism. In the summer of 2013, eight-year-old Hannah wrote "Life of a Dragonfly," a poem with repeated parallel stanzas that used the stages of a dragonfly's life as a mirror for her own physical and cognitive development. Among its wisdom was: "Hope rises, and I begin to reveal my concealed wings. I begin to understand language and what I am meant to do." Taylor has helped her daughter find her wings; in Dragonfly, she gives other parents the tools to do the same.
Category: Family & Relationships