Ido in Autismland : climbing out of Autism's silent prison
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[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2012.
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166 pages ; 23 cm.
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Kedar, I. (2012). Ido in Autismland: climbing out of Autism's silent prison. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified].

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Kedar, Ido. 2012. Ido in Autismland: Climbing Out of Autism's Silent Prison. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified].

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Kedar, Ido, Ido in Autismland: Climbing Out of Autism's Silent Prison. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], 2012.

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Kedar, Ido. Ido in Autismland: Climbing Out of Autism's Silent Prison. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], 2012. Print.

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Ido spent the first half of his life locked internally, in silence, trapped in a remedial educational system that presumed he lacked the most basic comprehension, and unable to show the world that he understood everything. But at the age of seven, Ido was finally able to show that he had an intact mind and could understand. This led to the quest to find a system of communication that he could use despite his impaired motor control. Through the use of a letter board, and now an iPad, Ido has triumphed communicatively, enabling him to flourish in a regular high school in all general education classes. But Ido has a larger goal. He does not want to be seen as an isolated autistic exception with miraculously advanced cognitive and communication abilities. He wants people to see that thousands of other severely autistic individuals have the same capacity, but remain trapped and locked-in, as he was, unable to show their true capacities. These individuals desperately need new theories and new methods to help them break free too. Of importance to neuro-researchers, educators, psychologists, doctors, parents, friends, family and people with autism, Ido in Autismland will change our collective understanding of severe autism.

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English
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9780988324701, 0988324709

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Ido spent the first half of his life locked internally, in silence, trapped in a remedial educational system that presumed he lacked the most basic comprehension, and unable to show the world that he understood everything. But at the age of seven, Ido was finally able to show that he had an intact mind and could understand. This led to the quest to find a system of communication that he could use despite his impaired motor control. Through the use of a letter board, and now an iPad, Ido has triumphed communicatively, enabling him to flourish in a regular high school in all general education classes. But Ido has a larger goal. He does not want to be seen as an isolated autistic exception with miraculously advanced cognitive and communication abilities. He wants people to see that thousands of other severely autistic individuals have the same capacity, but remain trapped and locked-in, as he was, unable to show their true capacities. These individuals desperately need new theories and new methods to help them break free too. Of importance to neuro-researchers, educators, psychologists, doctors, parents, friends, family and people with autism, Ido in Autismland will change our collective understanding of severe autism.
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