Saturday, July 4, 2015

Faqihah...Bahasa Jepun


Faqihah amat meminati bahasa jepun sejak kecil selain drp
bahasa inggeris... kali ini kami membelikannya kamus
yang lebih besar.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Akademik tidak penting?


BENARKAH?

Akademik bukan merupakan matlamat utama anak-anak autisma ditempatkan di kelas pendidikan khas.

Kerana FALSAFAH PENDIDIKAN KHAS menyatakan

Pendidikan Khas di Malaysia adalah satu usaha yang berterusan untuk melahirkan insan yang berkemahiran, berhaluan, berupaya, beriman, berdikari, mampu merancang dan menguruskan kehidupan serta menyedari potensi diri sendiri sebagai seorang individu dan ahli masyarakat yang seimbang dan produktif selaras dengan Falsafah Pendidikan Kebangsaan

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

BAGAIMANA IBU-IBU ANAK AUTISMA KEKAL BERKERJAYA:


1. Mempunyai seseorang untuk membantu anda dalam situasi krisis: Keluarga yang menghadapi krisis dengan bagus biasanya mempunyai ahli keluarga (ataupun kawan-kawan) sebagai sokongan.
2. Pusat penjagaan kanak-kanak, dan penjagaan selepas sekolah yang akan bekerjasama keluarga dan akan menghubungi anda jika ada sebarang masalah.

3. Mencari pekerjaan yang fleksibel seperti telekomunikasi, atau mempunyai waktu kerja yang dikurangkan.
4. Bekerja sambilan dengan manfaat dan pilihan untuk bekerja sepenuh masa di kemudian hari.
5. Mempunyai pilihan untuk meninggalkan kerja dan menampung jam-jam bekerja jika berlaku sebarang krisis dengan anak anda.
6. Mampu berterus-terang mengenai anak anda di tempat kerja.
7. Mempunyai penyelia dan rakan-rakan sejawat yang mampu bekerjasama dengan anda.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Autisma - ibubapa wajar diketahui

I Have Autism. Here Are the 5 Things I Want Parents to Know.

I was diagnosed with classic autism when I was 4. I found the word a terrifying place. In some ways, it’s still a frightening place for me. But I have reached a point where I am a professional public speaker on autism.
Parents often ask me to give them advice for their children who are on the autism spectrum. There are many things parents don’t understand about their children with autism. Here are things I wish parents of children with autism would understand.

1. Autism doesn’t mean their child is lost.
This would probably apply more to parents who have younger children with severe classical autism. I’ve heard some parents say they feel like autism has taken away their child’s mind and soul and left their body behind. I’d like to help all the parents understand that their child’s mind is still in there.
When I was about 4, I mainly spoke in my own language, but I had a level of understanding to a degree. I found the world to be a terrifying place with heightened senses and frightening people. I go into more details about this in my book about my life, “Thinking Club: A Filmstrip of My Life as a Person With Autism.”

2. Don’t assume because a child can’t talk, he or she also can’t think.
This is closely related to my previous point. Some children with autism can’t talk, and there are some who will never learn to talk. However, just because they can’t talk doesn’t mean they have nothing to say. It’s important to find any way you can to communicate with them whether it’s using sign language or getting them to type out their feelings. There are also non-verbal people with autism who show extreme intelligence when they type out their words onto a keyboard.

3. You can’t predict the future.
When some parents find out their child has autism, they feel like all their hopes and dreams are shattered. They say things like, “He’ll never be independent,” “He’ll never go to college,” “He’ll never get a job” and “He’ll never get married.” They say their child is never going to have a future.
I’d like to say to parents of young children with autism that the future isn’t set in stone. If you fight for your child and give them the right support they need, you may be surprised at what they can achieve in life.

At 21, I still haven’t achieved all of my ambitions in life yet, and I still need a lot of support. But I have achieved more than I thought I would. I now have a job in public speaking to raise awareness of autism spectrum conditions. I have a lot of support from my family, but my parents never thought I’d be able to do all the things that I’m doing now when I was a 4-year-old. I just want to tell parents not to give up hope on their children’s future.

4. People with autism shouldn’t always be held back.
This doesn’t just apply to people with autism, but to people with special needs in general. I’ve known parents of children on the spectrum who do everything for them and don’t teach them to do things for themselves. They may not teach them the skills they need to succeed in life. I’ve seen teenagers or adults with autism who don’t dress themselves but clearly could if they were taught to.
Now don’t get me wrong: There are people who are profoundly autistic who may also have a profound intellectual disability, which will require them to have 24-hour care for the rest of their lives. It may be hard for people at this level to learn basic skills, but I think any child with autism should be taught the most they can be taught no matter what level they’re at.
I don’t think learning should end there, either. I think people with autism should be taught skills that will help them cope in the real world. I’m still learning to cope in the real world. I’ve been learning to get public transport by myself to places I’m familiar with. I believe that with the right level of support, the majority of people with autism can lead successful lives.

5. People with autism don’t reach a set age and stop making progress.
A lot of people think that those with autism will have reached their potential by the time they’re 16 or so. This is incorrect. Many people with autism continue to make progress way into adulthood. People on the spectrum could even get to 30 and continue making progress. Many people with autism keep on learning throughout all their lives. This is an important message for parents who feel it’s too late to help their children.
Alex Lowery the mighty
Sumber - http://themighty.com/

Friday, June 26, 2015

Tabah didik anak autisma


Saya ni tak kisah pun jika sesiapa nak tanya pasal ke'Autisme'man anak saya. Taklah sensitip.takut nanti orang risau nak tanya takut saya kecil hati. Takdelah..mana ada.
Cuma bila dah bertahun hidup dalam pengertian Autisme yang sebenar ni, sebenarnya saya jadi tak tahu nak jawab bila orang tanya 'Apa punca dia dapat Autisme ya?' 
Katakanlah saya kelentong, oh sebab kelapa parut, sebab KFC dan lauk raya. Habislaaaa semua taubat nak makan semua tu.lebih parah lagi bila kita hilang kebergantungan dan percaya apa-apa yang jadi adalah atas kehendak Allah.
Saya pernah tidur sebelah hamba Allah yang kena chicken pox tahun 2001 but kuasa Allah saya kena sedas tapi tahun 2010.
Ya, saya bertanggungjawab memperkenalkan A to Z pada anak saya... all the numbers with calculation and bla bla bla. Besok Allah tak tanya saya anak saya dah hafal sampai sifir berapa.
Allah kirim dia untuk ajar saya berusaha ubah diri, keyakinan, kekuatan dan banyak lagi yang mana hanya saya dan Dia saja yang tahu. Saya dan Allah saja yang tahu buruk baik saya, terang gelapnya jalan saya. Saya tak larat hidup dengan cakap-cakap orang. 
Percayalah doa itu senjata kita. Jika kita tak doa mintak tolong Allah untuk tolong kita....macamana?cakap dengan saya macamana? Kita la kena doa mintak Allah petunjuk dan hidayah.
Saya belajar. Saya belajar bagaimana berhadapan dengan situasi yang saya hanya ada diri saya dan anak yang tengah loose control..tak pasal-pasal aku menapak pukul 10 malam 11 malam 12malam.Tapi sepanjang jalan dia berzikir. Saya dongak ke langit dengan airmata bergenang. Saya lupa balai polis berdekatan.. yang saya tahu Allah nampak aku dengan anak aku. Allah yang tentukan sama ada aku selamat atau tak sampai rumah. Ya memang aku basah kuyup kena hujan, tapi Allah yang tentukan esok aku demam ke tak. Allah nak aku kuat. Aku bersyukur aku atasi banyak kelemahan aku melalui teguran Dia.
Saya fikir...ujian demi ujian buat saya tak lagi menangis sebab mengenang nasib kecuali bila 'berbicara'dengan Allah sebab sebak bila Allah pilih kita..dahla banyak dosa..tapi Allah dengar doa kita...tolong kita....ujian buat saya gigih terpacak tengah kilat ke petir..macamana nak lari masuk rumah?no.saya akan tetap bersama anak saya 
walauapapun jadi.walaupun langit berdentam dentum. Saya ikut dia sampai bukit dia main tanah,selipar putus...kahkahkah kitorang balik rumah kaki ayam..muka toya je bimbit selipar penuh tanah,kaki dah macam pakai kasut kena salut tanah lumpur..orang amik anak sekolah agama tengok je.sorilah saya memang bukan spesis control cun. Aqil dah macam balik dari keje kontrak je. Ahhhhh apeadehal.
Harap-harap tak ke laut la apa yang saya nak sampaikan ni. Maksud saya, serius saya memang tak tahu nak jawab orang tanya Autisme punca apa. Tapi yang saya tahu dia ni memang Allah kirim untuk betulkan jalan saya. Entah-entah jika saya tak di ajar dan 'belasah' dengan ujian-ujian sebegini entah-entah saya tengah joli katak kat mana-mana ke kan..kat kelab ke..eh Nauzubillah.so lebih baik Allah ikat saya dengan tumpukan perhatian kat anak syurga saya. Kalo dah diajak baca Yasin sampai empat lima kali sehari tak terasa jugak tengah datangnya hidayah, ai parah laaaaa....
Allah tak bagi kita ujian sia-sia. Hikmah tu satu perkara santun yang mendatangi kita bersama mesej yang baik. Setiap ujian ada hikmahnya.

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