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Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been moved from classroom to classroom to float around and help out at work. It’s been an interesting experience. 873 more words



My name is Kade. I’m a 26 year old paraprofessional at a local school. Paraprofessional basically means that I am a teacher’s aide working with special needs children. 564 more words


Third time's a charm!

Sara has had her third relapse and I wanted to write a blog post to educate others about what each of our relapses looked like (they each presented differently) and share with people what I have learned about relapse so far in regards to my daughter’s health. 1,897 more words

The Nemechek Protocol

Abuse in 'filthy' care facility in Chicago

When is the issue of care of the disabled, especially the intellectually disabled, going to become a major societal issue? It is unbelievable that in today’s world conditions like these exist. 101 more words

'... microglia now appear to be master landscapers of the developing brain'

This article was published 2 years ago.  There has been continuous research conducted in this area since its publication, some of it highly technical. We provide a link because of the significance of the discovery of the role of microglia in neurological disorders. 11 more words

Inspiring moment as R.I. hockey player with developmental disorder scores first HS goal

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A hockey player in Rhode Island with a developmental disorder lived a dream moment during a recent game.

With a little help from both his team and the opponent, Cranston (R.I.) West sophomore Ryan Blake scored his first high school goal. 227 more words


Autism Rates Have Stabilized in U.S. Children

Rates of autism spectrum disorder among children in the U.S. remained stable from 2014 to 2016, according to new research—a change from previous studies that found steady increases over the past two decades. 379 more words