I’m not stupid, I’m just smart in a different way
I’m not stupid, I’m just smart in a different way is a memoir that narrates Lu To Vy’s growing up journey, a journey that is both the most magical and the most authentic. Lu To Vy’s life is narrated through his own recollections, with stories that are completely real, completely close and real like the lives of many others, not romanticized, not perfected. .
From an unfortunate boy suffering from Japanese encephalitis leading to cerebral palsy and an IQ of only 70, he rose to become a genius with 500 inventions, the author of more than 50 famous books on education. Education, a well-known expert in the field of exploiting and developing hidden potentials, Lu To Vy’s life is truly a miraculous life!
During his childhood years when people considered retarded and stupid, Lu To Vy always believed that he was an intelligent person. That belief is a “treasure” passed down from his father, the father who even if he only gets 0 points, is optimistic that having a point is good and when he gets 1 point, he immediately cheers. . “I’m not stupid, I’m just smart in a different way.”, this saying of his father helped Lu To Vy always believe in himself and constantly strive.
The book I’m not stupid, I’m just smart in a different way reprinted 60 times and sold 100.000 copies in Taiwan. This is truly an inspirational book about the will to live that anyone should not miss. Because, it makes the reader believe that miracles do exist, that everyone’s life can become a miracle life if they have enough determination to do it.
“I’m not stupid, I’m just smart in an unusual way!” The constant encouragement and encouragement of his father and mother have raised the soul and knowledge of Lu To Vy. I wish more parents would read this book, to ignite the genius in their children, like Lu To Vy’s parents did!
“Daddy, I’m going?”
Jean-Louis Fournier was born in 1938 in Arras in a family with a doctor father and an editor mother. He is a satirical writer and television director, having made a name for himself with the works: Grammaire française et impertinente (1992), Il a jamais tué personne mon papa (1999), Les mots des riches, les mots des pauvres ( 2004). At the age of 2006, with “Daddy, I’m going?”, the first time Jean-Louis Fournier wrote about his two disabled sons, also dedicated to them. The pervasive power of this moving true story helped the author win the 2008 Fémina Award and stay on the best-seller charts for weeks.
Daddy, I’m going? It’s a sad story and more than sad but not filled with tears. The book makes the reader feel pain everywhere but not buried deep in sentimentality. Because that’s how Jean-Louis Fournier chose throughout his life as a father. Resentment, lamentation of life, madness or sadness… can’t help but be in the presence of two boys who always take tranquilizers every day to keep quiet. Children with poor eyesight, deaf ears, club feet, hunchback, weak bones. A kid who only knows the same question over and over again “Daddy, I’m going?”. A child who thinks he is an engine all the time, so he keeps saying “bm, bm”… Living in that world, what should a father do?
He, Jean-Louis Fournier does not hide the distraught moments he once drank and then drove like crazy hoping for an accident to happen, once intended to throw his children out the window. He never claimed to be an angel to endure so much heartbreak. But the father did not give up. Or rather, two disabled children urged him to overcome. That’s how fathers look at extreme trials with a different set of eyes. It is the humor in the bitter things. He saw that his children did not have to go to school, did not have to listen to lectures, did not have to take tests, did not have to be punished. He saw himself asking his children to drive big cars, avoid paying fines, have money from their children’s disability allowance, not have to worry about their future career direction…
10 Things Children With Autism Wish You Knew
Book “10 things children with autism wish you knewt ” by Ellen Notbohm, translator Thuy Trang will help you understand children who are special, beautiful and strangely lovely. This book will provide the simplest, yet most essential, understanding of the fundamental factors of autism. This understanding greatly affects a child’s ability to progress into productive, independent adulthood.
The book has promoted itself; why exactly does it resonate so loudly? Because this book speaks to a child’s voice, voices often go unheard in the growing uproar about autism. Those constant, often loud, conversations are productive and welcome. But what could be more ironic than when the subjects they discuss are known to be incapable of expressing and advocating for themselves?
Individual and collective attitudes about autism are shaped by the language we choose to define it. Aggressive and provocative comments and opinions, whether intentional or unintentional, capture our attention. We can respond to them, we can despair of them. But it may be the subtle nuances of the language we use that hinder the development of healthy views about autism in children.
Overcoming Autism With The Son – Rise Program
As a young boy, Raun Kaufman was diagnosed by specialists that he had severe autism, with a low IQ of less than 30, and this was a condition that would follow him for the rest of his life. . Years later, Raun graduated with a degree in Biomedical Ethics from Brown University and became an expert in autism, a passionate and articulate educator. So what happened?
A big thank you to The Son-Rise Program, a groundbreaking method created by Raun’s own parents that helped him recover from his autism.
Connecting the Miracle is a best-selling book and received the NBC television award for the TV series Son Rise: The Miracle of Love. In Overcoming Autism Syndrome, Raun presents the ground-breaking principles behind a program that has helped him and thousands of families of special children around the world. Autism, as Raun explains, is often misunderstood as a behavioral disorder, when in fact it is a social disorder. Raun explains how autism feels from the inside and he shows why and how The Son-Rise Program works.
Clear step-by-step instructions and hands-on strategies that readers can immediately apply – in some cases, parents can see the changes in their child little by little every day – Overcoming Autism Syndrome allows these special children to challenge and exceed their initial expectations, which are often very limited in their abilities. Parents and teachers alike will learn how to help children have truly meaningful relationships, expand children’s ability to communicate and participate in social life without limit. most successfully.
An important journey of hope, science, and growth, Overcoming Autism Syndrome shows powerful ideas and practical applications that have changed the lives of thousands of families around the world.
Unparalleled people – A different perspective on autistic children
From one of the world’s leading experts who describes autism as a unique way of being human, not a pathetic eccentric. Autism is inherently considered a collection of deficits including difficulties with socialization, communication, sensitivity, and repetitive behaviour. This is an approach to the symptoms of autism.
Meanwhile, Dr. Barry M. Prizant, one of the leading experts on autism, offers a new, more successful approach, which is to treat autism by understanding the behavior of autistic people instead. for eliminating the symptoms of the disease. Because, according to Dr. Prizant, deliberately eliminating autistic behaviors can interfere with a child’s normal development. The book shows respect for people with autism and the qualities that make them special. Thereby bringing a new step forward for families and society in understanding people with autism.
Work Unparalleled Human Price – A Different View of Autism Winner of the Temple Grandin Annual Literature Prize for the Autistic Community.
Autism is not a disease, autism is just another way of life. Children and adults with autism go through the same developmental stages as we do. To help them, we don’t need to “cure” them but understand them and change ourselves – Change our beliefs, attitudes and actions. Through the wonderful examples that Barry M.Prizant draws from his passionate work, this book offers a wide range of methods and recommendations, including:
– Ask “Why?”
– Teaching Empathy
– Let’s Encourage Passion
– Search “Understanding”
Go with the light
“Walk with the light” known as a touching picture book series about the family of Hikaru – a boy with autism. What happens in the life of the Hikaru family vividly, deeply and humanely reflects family affection in the conflicts and troubles that each family member has to face. Hikaru’s family has four people, both parents are civil servants who have to work hard in life to be able to fully take care of their children. Hikaru has autism, which was the first and biggest difficulty his parents faced. Hikaru’s father left, Hikaru’s paternal family turned their backs on their daughter-in-law and grandson, with cruel prejudices for the mother: Hikaru has autism because his mother does not know how to raise children, abandoning children, giving children eating prepared food… Hikaru’s mother did not dare to face this shock, she hid herself and hid her child in the darkness of ignorance, loneliness and suffering.
But then love and responsibility spoke up, on the way to learn and fight against autism, Hikaru’s mother had the backing of her husband. Step by step from groping to planning, Hikaru’s family becomes a true home – where every pain and misfortune is understood and shared among the members. The older Hikaru is, the more social relationships expand, the more troubles arise, the family becomes a shelter for each person in the loving and sharing arms of the members.
With a realistic approach to real life, author Keiko Tobe gives readers a specific picture of a contemporary Japanese family and looks at each page of the book, and each dialog box. The knowledge about autism integrated in every step of Hikaru will be suggestions for families with children with autism.
But above all “Walk with the light” is an essential book for every family and for all ages because of its close and evocative content.
The drawings are rustic but expressive, the dialogues are simple but full of weight, and especially the story telling is slow but inspiring, like sowing each drop, each drop of love into the hearts of readers. Maybe that’s why the new story is close and true, not dogmatic, dry. What could be more precious than such a simple story? “Walk with the light” brought Keiko Tobe the Excellence Award at the Japan Media Arts Festival, with the help of the Japan Cultural Exchange Center in Vietnam and the Vietnam Autism Network, the manga series “Walk with the light” was officially introduced to Vietnamese readers by Kim Dong Publishing House on the occasion of June 28th.
Take me back to heaven
Book “Take me back to paradise” tells about the journey of a mother and her child through a long dark, difficult and not uncommonly harsh challenge of autism, to find what was lost.
The arduous journeys of monitoring, caring, treating, and teaching children are meticulously recounted by the author, as well as sharing with readers about the profound length of the journey. “Take me back to paradise”.
Those are the experiences of a mother in front of many terrible storms (not only from the disease but also from social opinion when looking at this disease) for mothers in the same situation to refer to and gain more strength. strong spirit to lead children to the final destination.
Phuong Nga’s book has a happy ending. Her son is returning to his childhood paradise. And, the author writes to mothers: The sky is also very vast and big, but people still insist on comparing a mother’s love with the sea, because the sea also has an extremely precious quality that is tolerant, tolerant. As the mother of a child with a developmental delay, you too, you always have in your heart the tolerance and tolerance enough to transform adversity into happiness, helping your child overcome all.
This book may not please some people, but above all, it is a touching autobiography of a mother who has gone through so much pain and frustration before saving her child. This autobiography is sure to be on many families’ bookshelf as so many mothers need it. Moreover, it will also be considered a precious spiritual gift, because not every mother can arrange the time to find Phuong Nga and ask for advice on how to take care of her child.
How I Teach Autistic Children
Book I teach autistic children like that was concluded after many years of teaching her children. Those are both practical experience and skills she learned from abroad and passed on to her children. The book is not only a cliché theory, but also a lot of exercises in language, math or simply everyday skills… that have been conveyed in the book by the author.
‘As a parent, everyone wants to give their children the best, but if their children are not as we want, the motivation to help them have a good future increases by a hundred thousand times! Because of the love of parents for their children, also because I love myself. What is the future of those autistic children when society has not paid much attention to it? Dependent? Burden? Pressure? Hopeless? Boring?…
To prevent that from happening in the near future for our children, less fortunate parents should save their own children, save their own small family with practical actions: be my teacher, my teacher anytime, anywhere. Coil I teach autistic children like that! This manual will help parents gain experience in the intervention process for their children with autism and then apply it appropriately for their children. I hope that with all my enthusiasm, I will inspire parents to have more faith and enthusiasm with boundless love for their children to declare war on autism and conquer it!’
Why I’m Dancing – Revealing the World of Autistic Young People
Why I’m Dancing – Revealing the World of Autistic Young People written about Naoki Higashida is a severely autistic child, unable to communicate verbally, he uses the Alphabet alphabet to communicate with those around him. Writing about his own illness, he is very knowledgeable about the thoughts and behavior of other autistic people. The knowledge in the book is not sublime, heavily dogmatic, but just as if it is expressing true thoughts to others.
Naoki Higashida carries a pain, if for him it is unhappy: Autism. “suffering from autism”, or any other disease, the word “suffering” is a very sensitive word that makes sufferers and their loved ones feel hurt, so the phrase “the young world with autism” “made me fall in love with this book. Yes, for children with autism, they have a world of their own, in which “normal” people like us are different.
He uses Alphabet to communicate with the people around him. Writing about his own illness, he is very knowledgeable about the thoughts and behavior of other autistic people. The knowledge in the book is not sublime, heavily dogmatic, but just as if it is expressing true thoughts to others.
Why do you dance, why do you have to cover your ears, why do you keep repeating other people’s questions without answering…
Understanding and Supporting Children with Autism
Book Understanding and Supporting Children with Autism consists of 5 main parts: Part 1: Overview of autism; Part 2: Diagnosis and classification of autism; Part 3: Decoding to understand children with autism; Part 4: Autism treatment concepts and techniques and Part 5: Autism treatment practice.
In particular, the most important and expected part is Part 5 – Practice of treating autism. In this section, there are not only treatment techniques, techniques to train children with autism in attention, language, motivation, etc., but the book creators also provide information and Guidance on who directly treats children is parents or caregivers, psychiatrists, psychologists, teachers, etc. Because having the right attitude towards a child with autism includes: is also very important.
Raising children is an extremely difficult job, raising autistic children is even more difficult and requires a lot of love and patience for children. Hopefully, with Understanding and Supporting Children with Autism – considered the first handbook for parents of children with autism as well as all those who are interested in this disease, will find new insights. useful knowledge, so that they can be treated promptly and contribute to raising their children better.
Understanding and Supporting Children with Autism is a book written by Doctor Lam Hieu Minh – A doctor dedicated to treating children’s psychological problems. With extensive experience and knowledge of autism, the doctor has given other perspectives on this autism. For those who have been skeptical, ashamed and desperate about their child’s autism, find the book, read and understand more about the disease, as well as help your child overcome himself, and step forward. out into the world.