Judy Endow, MSW, LCSW 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. Judy does workshops and presentations on a variety of autism-related issues, is part of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Statewide Autism Training Team and has been a board member of both the Autism Society of America, Wisconsin Chapter and the Autism National Committee. In addition, Judy works for Common Threads Family Resource Center in McFarland, Wisconsin. She continues to bring a great depth of understanding and compassion to all the work she does.
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 Autobiographies/Memoirs.
Judy has also received the 2010 Autism Society Media Excellence Award for her DVD The Power of Words: How we talk about people with autism spectrum disorders matters! (AAPC Publishing, 2009). In addition, she has authored the annual Hidden Curriculum Calendar for Older Adolescents and Adults (AAPC Publishing 2009, 2010).
In addition, Judy has authored Outsmarting Explosive Behavior, A Visual System of Support and Intervention for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (AAPC Publishing, 2009) and Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students With Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn: Getting to Go (AAPC Publishing, 2011).
Learning the Hidden Curriculum: The Odyssey of One Autistic Adult (AAPC Publishing, 2012), received a 2013 Eric Hoffer Award in Reference Books. The Hidden Curriculum of Getting and Keeping a Job: Navigating the Social Landscape of Employment (co-authored by Brenda Smith Myles, Judy Endow and Malcolm Mayfield), is available (AAPC Publishing, 2013). Judy’s newest book, Painted Words: Aspects of Autism Translated, is now available through CBR Press.
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