Posts Tagged
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October 20, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Autism, delayed, Diagnosis, Early, finds, lead, Missed, Study, visits, WellChild

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Categories: autism

Early diagnosis of autism is key to ensuring a good quality of life for a child on the spectrum. Research shows that there are cognitive, communicative, and behavioral benefits to having a child diagnosed at a young age and being able to use interventions. However, a new study notes that if you want to make […]

The global COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on the fragile state of higher education across the country. Budgets, tuition, enrollment, and tuition affect almost every aspect of higher education. Given this impact, executives and board members need to rethink the way they work. One of the most pressing problems faced by university administrations is the […]

August 8, 2021

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Tags: classroom, Donations, education, EHS, lead, local, News, renovated, special

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Categories: Special needs education

Several companies and workers upgraded and improved a classroom for special needs students at Elizabethtown High School at no charge. Joyanna Phelps, who will work as a special education teacher at EHS, said she wanted to focus on students’ life skills to prepare them for life after high school. Phelps said the classroom contained old […]

August 5, 2021

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Tags: Autism, gene, lead, mutations, seizures, Spectrum, Top

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Categories: autism

Some mutations that disable SCN2A, one of the genes most closely linked to autism, can make neurons unexpectedly hyperexcitable, a study in mice shows. The results could help explain why a significant proportion of autistic children with mutations in SCN2A have epileptic seizures. SCN2A codes for Nav1.2, a sodium ion channel that helps transmit electrical […]

Item body Auburn University has received $ 10 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to lead a national research effort promoting science, technology, engineering, and math or STEM education among disabled students. The scholarship will support a five-year program that will grow over time, says Overtoun Jenda, assistant provost for special projects and initiatives […]

July 24, 2021

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Tags: Boston, disparities, Globe, Health, lead, Opinion, requirements, School, Vaccination

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Categories: autism

Thanks to Alison Chapman of Massachusetts for posting this opinion piece that ran on the Boston Globe. It’s surprising they did it, but I learned a saying decades ago, “Don’t punish progress,” and this opinion piece is important information that could help thousands of families whose children are excluded from school. ### OPINION Education improves […]

July 12, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Boston, disparities, Globe, Health, lead, Opinion, requirements, School, Vaccination

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Categories: autism

Thanks to Alison Chapman of Massachusetts for posting this opinion piece that ran on the Boston Globe. It’s surprising they did it, but I learned a saying decades ago, “Don’t punish progress,” and this opinion piece is important information that could help thousands of families whose children are excluded from school. ### OPINION Education improves […]