Posts Tagged
‘issues’

November 11, 2021

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Tags: board, education, Host, issues, School, session, special, staffing

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Categories: Special needs education

The Frederick County Board of Education will host a public working session on Monday to discuss staff shortages across the system and the impact it is having on students and staff. Board member Liz Barrett started the discussion at the beginning of the meeting on Wednesday and originally asked her colleagues to put her on […]

November 10, 2021

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Tags: force, improvise, issues, presenters, SfN, Spectrum, Technical

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Categories: autism

No signal: SfN conference participants were faced with an error screen on Monday when they tried to log into the virtual meeting. Serhii Brovko / iStock Technical problems plagued the first day of the 2021 Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting on Monday, as researchers could not log into the conference system to virtually present […]

November 5, 2021

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Tags: Autism, breathing, form, issues, model, mouse, rare, reveals, root, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Exhale: In mice with a mutated copy of the TCF4 gene (right), nerve cells (pink) are in short supply compared to controls (left). Courtesy Daniel Mulkey The breathing difficulties in children with Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, a rare form of autism, stem from dysfunctional circuitry and a malignant sodium channel in the brain stem, according to a […]

October 22, 2021

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Tags: adolescence, adulthood, behavioral, Emotional, Inflexible, issues, linked, Spectrum, thinking

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Categories: autism

Problem solving: Therapies that address inflexible thinking styles could alleviate mental health problems in some young autistic adults. chpua / Getty Images Autistic teenagers with cognitive inflexibility, a rigid thinking style that makes it difficult to switch tasks or adjust goals, are prone to emotional and behavioral problems as young adults, according to a new […]

October 9, 2021

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Tags: board, candidate, Catherine, City, education, issues, Ocean, Panico, Talks

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Categories: Special needs education

Catherine and William Panico with their children from left, Avery (20), Paige (18), Marin (17) and 13-year-old Brooke with their family dog ​​Buddy. (Courtesy photo by Catherine Panico) FROM MADDY VITALE Ocean City’s Catherine Panico is the local business owner and married mother of four. She is also a certified teacher who wants more transparency […]

September 19, 2021

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Tags: board, Candidates, County, education, issues, politics, Roanoke, School

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Categories: Special needs education

“I’m used to my yard signs being taken, that seems to happen with every election,” said Moretz. “It makes a difference whether someone starts up [small] Hofschild and someone who takes the time to spray paint and slit open a large banner. “ Facciani is a retired speech pathologist who has worked on the east […]

August 25, 2021

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Tags: College, education, engages, federal, HIV, issues, Officials, Professor

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Categories: Special needs education

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – Liza Conyers, Professor of Education (Rehabilitation and Human Services), was invited by Harold Phillips, Director of the White House’s Office for National AIDS Policy, to give a brief presentation to senior federal officials on Monday to celebrate her Participation in national strategic planning to end the HIV epidemic. Conyers presented with […]

August 9, 2021

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Tags: Autism, entwined, Genetic, issues, roots, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Double diagnosis: when one twin has autism or autism characteristics, the other twin often has insomnia, a new study shows. Getty Images The genetic factors influencing autism may overlap with those underlying insomnia, according to a new study of autistic people and their relatives. In contrast, the two conditions show a minimal overlap of environmental […]

July 5, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, behavioral, childrens, issues, linked, Problems, regulation, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Lost Sleep Costs: Autistic children are prone to persistent sleep problems that can affect their executive function. Sally Anscombe / Getty Images Sleep problems in young children with autism are linked to behavioral regulation difficulties in later childhood, according to a new longitudinal study. The result shows the importance of helping families with sleep problems […]