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Experimental cancer drug reverses intellectual disability in mice.

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When the drug was given to mice it could reverse the damage of a genetic mutation which prevents the formation of new neurons.

An experimental cancer drug may help reverse the effects of an intellectual disability known as fragile X syndrome, which is commonly found in people with autism, researchers said. 310 more words

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Creating accessible research outputs is supported by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The preamble to the CRPD recognises the importance of accessibility… 546 more words

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Making the "Short" Bus Cool

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Michael Beers grew up in Missoula, MT riding the “short bus” to school.  Today Michael works at Summit Independent Living in Missoula as the Youth Transitions Coordinator. 

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Readiness

by David Morstad

Several years ago, an interdisciplinary team meeting was held concerning a man with a developmental disability.  The man in this case, I’ll call him R.J.,  had spent a lifetime being described with various euphemisms.  608 more words

Search underway for missing man in Sunrise, FL - WSVN-TV - 7NEWS

SUNRISE, Fla. (WSVN) — Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a man who went missing from his Sunrise home, Saturday morning.

According to Sunrise Police, 24-year-old Phenerde Ulysse was last seen walking eastbound from the 10200 block of Northwest 31st Court, just after 6:15 a.m. 16 more words

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Capacity And Voice: from silent subject to co-author

I was surprised and delighted when someone I had met only virtually, via this blog, asked whether I would be interested in contributing to this year’s… 1,065 more words

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Hooping It Up with Best Buddies

Best Buddies is a national charity that is committed to creating a more inclusive and accepting community by fostering one-to-one friendships between individuals with intellectual disabilities and students. 177 more words

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