Posts Tagged
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September 15, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Childs, Early, Focus, key, Parenting, times, Years

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The first nine months of pregnancy through the first five years of life are considered the critical years to lay the foundation for learning. The nutritional, social, emotional and educational conditions of a mother have a great influence on the future development, educational and social success of the child. The bond, social interactions and relationships […]

When we get back to “normal” (whatever that is) after the holidays, it will be a time to think and reflect … Over the 12 days of Christmas I offered 12 thoughts for families with children with special or additional needs, and all of them serve as a useful reminder of some of the things […]

The up-to-date coverage of the latest report for Special Education Software Market provides a detailed overview as well as a consistent assessment of the exact earnings over the forecast period. The current trends, industry analysis and growth developments presented in the report are of great help to new industry players entering the market. This market […]

July 20, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Autism, Behavior, Blocking, brain, key, model, mouse, pathway, reverses, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Extra spines: Mice with an extra copy of the MECP2 gene develop more spines on their motor cortex neurons (top) than wild-type mice during a learning task. An experimental drug normalizes this property (below). Neurons in mice with an autism-related mutation sprout outward protrusions, an overgrowth that is tracked with above-average motor learning. According to […]