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For parents of children with special needs, it’s about utilizing local resources
It’s a balance that many parents of children ... with developmental disabilities, and educates landlords on the legal consequences of discriminating against those with disabilities. Concern over speci... read more
CBT Can Benefit Both Autistic Children and Parents
A new Canadian study discovers parents of children with autism benefit from being integrally involved in ... 57 children with ASD aged eight to 12 who did not have an intellectual disability. Research... read more
People with disabilities can save for college, life expenses with new Washington state savings plan
When Emma Patterson was born 16 years ago, her parents were told ... to what a person with developmental disability can do with their lives,” Amy said. Emma wants to go to college, then work at a plac... read more
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Accenture Expands Benefits for Working Parents in the United States and Canada
Company strengthens commitment, offers opportunity to work locally for one year following return from the birth or adoption of a child NEW ... and learning and developmental disabilities. “These new b... read more
Employing the disabled is doing well by doing good
Written to address the inequitably severe limits placed on parents attempting to save money for their disabled children without endangering their future benefits as disabled adults, the measure was su... read more
Teenagers With Autism: Want a Job?
The children diagnosed with the developmental ... in high school. Counselors work with employers to figure out how to make aspects of a disability an asset. "A lot of your obsessive-compulsive behavio... read more
DHS children's shelter in Oklahoma City closes
DHS officials consistently have struggled to attract enough foster parents willing to take in the thousands of abused and neglected children in state care — particularly those children with major medi... read more
Research identifies effects of cognitive behaviour therapy on parents of children with autism
Parents of children with autism ... of their children, during a trial of cognitive behaviour therapy for 57 children with ASD aged 8-12 who did not have an intellectual disability. The study, publishe... read more
Child-care subsidies: What parents in every province need to know
The aim is ... $5 per month). Parent(s) are working Parent(s) are in school Parent(s) have a disability that makes them unable to care for their child(ren) Child has a developmental concern whereby at... read more
Autism Rises: More Children than Ever Have Autism, but Is the Increase Real?
The latest CDC numbers come from the Autism and Developmental Disabilities ... could do is help parents recognize signs of autism earlier and doctors diagnose the disorder sooner. Increasingly, resear... read more
New book provides tools for parents and caregivers who aim to raise compassionate kids
That’s what parents want for their kids. So how do we teach and model the skills we need to create that world?” The aim of “Creating Compassionate ... between parents and their children have a range o... read more
Is It Appropriate to Attenuate Growth in Profoundly Developmentally Disabled Children to Facilitate Their Care?
Attenuating growth in children with profound developmental disability ... The child’s parents, pediatric specialists, and ethics consultants agreed on a plan to use hysterectomy followed by high-dose ... read more