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January 10, 2022

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Tags: education, Filipina, graduate, NIE, NTU, program, pursues, Singapore, special

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Categories: Special needs education

Philstar.com January 10, 2022 | 10:15 am Micaella Salonga comes from a career in early childhood education and has interacted with different types of students with different needs. She worked in an inclusive preschool and was fortunate to have colleagues to guide her in dealing with children who were classified as atypical learners. Despite her […]

Chris Lake, GSE alumnus and executive director of his nonprofit Community for a Cause What steps have you taken in your career path since graduating from Touro College Graduate School of Education (GSE)? After completing my master’s degree, I enrolled at Purdue University on my way to board-certified behavioral analyst and am now completing my […]

June 29, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Discover, error, graduate, guidelines, screening, Students

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Categories: autism

It is common for the first step in diagnosing a person with autism to be a simple screening test done by the person’s regular doctor. Screening can help determine if a person has characteristics and behaviors that are common to people with autism. After that, the doctor will refer the person to a specialist for […]

June 22, 2021

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Tags: Autism, critical, error, graduate, guidelines, screening, Spectrum, Students, uncovered

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Categories: autism

Punit Shah Associate professor, University of Bath Lucy Waldren PhD student, University of Bath When clinicians suspect someone has autism, they often turn to screening tools – standardized questionnaires or checklists that measure autism characteristics. If a high score confirms their suspicion, they refer the person to a specialist for diagnostic evaluation. These screening tools […]