How can we scientifically, accurately and efficiently collect data at birth? Developmental disability is increasing. Each year 75 to 120 billion dollars is transferred to the future debt because our generation refuses to collect the data and pass it to the next generation. 314 more words
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Now Booking: Disability Studies Student Society Symposium (Liverpool Hope University, UK: June, 2016)
The Disability Studies student society symposium at Liverpool Hope University hopes to bring together students across the North-West to share, discuss and advise on research methodologies in disability studies. 148 more words
AHRC funded PhD studentship at the University of Glasgow in collaboration with BBC Scotland: “Children with Learning Disabilities as Digital Audiences”
Applications are invited for a full PhD studentship in Film and Television Studies at the University of Glasgow to work in collaboration with the Children’s Department at BBC Scotland. 1,112 more words
Seminar: 'Becoming a SENDCO: making sense of changing professional identities (April, 2006: Sheffield, UK)
Title: Becoming a SENDCO: making sense of changing professional identities.
Date: Tuesday, 5th April 2016
Time: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Venue: Room 9006, Cantor Building, Sheffield Hallam University… 233 more words
Disability Research Paper and Narrative PowerPoint – 250 Points Total
For this project you take on the role of the case manager andresearches a disability-related topic/illness and develop a rehabilitation/case management plan for a chosen client, focusing on the client’s physical and psychosocial response to the disability, and orally present the plan. 662 more words
Could an Updated Revision of the U.S. Standard Birth Certificate Be the Research Tool to Find the Causes of Developmental Disability?
This is a call to revise the current U.S. Standard Certificate of Life Birth (last revised 2003) to be more specific in documentation and for a more scientific approach to collect vital statistical data from before, during and after birth of each citizen born in the U.S. 316 more words