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Schools without sanctions

Alice Jones is a Senior Lecturer, and Director of the Unit of School and Family Studies. Her work focuses on understanding how students with behavioural difficulties can achieve their potential in school, as well as developing methods of promoting social and academic inclusion… 887 more words


Aerial Spraying To Kill Mosquitoes Linked To 25% Increase In Autism, Finds Shock Study By American Academy Of Pediatrics

Source: NaturalNews.com
Julie Wilson
May 3, 2016

Aerial spraying of pesticides to kill mosquitoes, may be linked to an increase in autism spectrum disorder and development delays in children, according to a study presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies on Saturday, April 30. 284 more words


The Multinationals that Put our Children at Risk

The following article is translated from its original publication in French, found here

Cash Investigation.  Chemical Products:  Our Children in Danger

Syngenta , Monsanto, Bayer and Dow– Perhaps, you didn’t know about them, but these are the multinationals in the agrochemical industry who manufacture pesticides used in agriculture. 300 more words


People with Developmental Disorders Face Challenges Finding Housing

Charles Laverty was the CEO of Imagyn Medical Technologies from 1994 to 2005. Charles Laverty also supports the Padua Village Foundation, an organization that provides private housing to young adults with developmental disabilities. 133 more words

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One in seven young children have a mental, behavioral or developmental disorder (MBDD). WHY?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released results from an interesting study of 35,000 families across the U.S. with a child between the ages of 2-8. 662 more words

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Community Involvement In Research: Are We Doing Enough?

Dr Laura Crane completed her undergraduate and postgraduate (MSc and PhD) degrees within the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths.  Laura now works as a Postdoctoral Research Associate and Associate Lecturer within the Department.  1,254 more words


Psychology research and impact: What about autism and employment?

Lisa Dockery is a PhD student and Associate Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has previously worked within small charities and non-profit organisations as well as the NHS. 684 more words