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Online learning presents additional challenges for children with chronic illnesses or special educational needs, and these patients could benefit from more support from pediatric clinicians to succeed academically, according to a new opinion piece published today in JAMA Pediatrics and by researchers from Kennedy-Krieger-Institut and Johns-Hopkins-Medicine were co-written. Clinicians should address school-related challenges or issues […]

January 3, 2022

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Tags: Autism, profound, require, significant, support, term

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Categories: autism

Putting labels on people can often go wrong, leading to inaccuracies, generalizations, hurt feelings, and discrimination. But sometimes labels, especially when used carefully and wisely, can also be helpful descriptive terms that make all the difference in our understanding of a person’s needs. We hope the Autism Science Foundation’s newly recognized term “profound autism” fits […]

The draft policy is based on the principles and requirements of the Code of Conduct for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and will help professionals from all health, social and educational services work together to provide the best care for disabled children and young people with severe complex needs. The goals, ambitions and interests […]

June 21, 2021

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Tags: education, excellent, lottery, require, shouldnt, winning

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Categories: Special needs education

Kevin McCoy of Philadelphia is very blessed – and very grateful. His academic performance is exceptional, but he says he almost missed his chance for success. At a Senate hearing last month, the twelve-grader revealed his secret: winning the lottery to sign up for the local charter school. Instead of stuck in his local county […]