Posts Tagged
‘Signs’

December 3, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Signs, Soft, traits

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Categories: adhd

It’s one thing to have a general understanding of ADHD, but it’s quite another to witness the unique and peculiar way your child’s symptoms manifest themselves. When I think back on what it was like to raise my son, who is now a teenager, these experiences stand out as the “soft signs” of ADHD. Does […]

November 10, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, Child, Signs, Suspicions

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Categories: adhd

The path to an ADHD diagnosis is rarely a straight, clean line. But it starts with someone – an attentive doctor, teacher, caring friend, or family member – who becomes aware of your child’s behavior and struggles. That someone can even be you or your child. What follows these comments and observations can be denied. […]

August 30, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Early, pick, sensors, Signs, Spectrum, video, Wearable

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Categories: autism

As wearable sensors have become lighter and cheaper, they have found their way into a number of fitness trackers and health apps. They monitor our movement, record our heart rhythm. You can even measure the quality of our sleep. For autism researchers, wearable sensors offer a new way to track early development. Quote this article: […]

A bill signed by Governor Chris Sununu on Thursday gives parents more power in disputes with schools over special education agreements. House Bill 581, signed by Sununu Thursday afternoon, puts the burden of proof on schools in hearings on individualized education programs for children. The change means that when parents request a due process hearing […]

Governor John Bel Edwards has signed a bill that will reorganize the special education district that includes the Louisiana School for the Deaf and the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired in Baton Rouge. The measure, House Bill 253, cleared the Senate 37-0 and the House 100-0. It was sponsored by Rep. Scott McKnight, R-Baton […]

June 30, 2021

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Tags: budget, education, funding, Gov, History, Increase, Largest, Signs, State, Wolf

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Categories: Special needs education

Governor Tom Wolf signed a state budget that will help the Commonwealth’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic by making the largest investment in public education in the state’s history by investing in high quality, affordable childcare for parents looking to return to work and by helping Pennsylvanians struggling with mortgage or rent payments stay in […]