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Demystifying Developmental Disabilities: fetal alcohol syndrome

Nov 24, 19 Demystifying Developmental Disabilities: fetal alcohol syndrome

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What is fetal alcohol syndrome Jessica had some difficulty this morning. She woke up sweaty and dehydrated. She thought it would be a good idea to wear her favorite flannel footie pajamas to bed even though it’s the middle of August in Miami. On the way to breakfast, She slipped down a few stairs, twisting her ankle and stubbing...

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What is bulimia?

Jan 19, 19 What is bulimia?

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Bulimia is not what you think It’s not uncommon for people to really misunderstand eating and body dysmorphic disorders. In all honesty, it confusion kinda makes sense. Food is necessary for survival. Why would anyone purge themselves of a perfectly good meal when there are starving people in the world, right? A slim figure...

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Fragile X Syndrome

Dec 06, 19 Fragile X Syndrome

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Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition that causes intellectual and behavioral changes. This condition is the most diagnosed genetic cause for intellectual disability; second only to Downs Syndrome. In the 1970s, the genetic abnormalities associated with the fragility of a segment of the X chromosome were identified, which led...

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Electronic Visit Verification – In-Home Supports Assurance System

Dec 04, 19 Electronic Visit Verification – In-Home Supports Assurance System

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From Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration Electronic Visit Verification – In-Home Supports Assurance System In 2020, Federal regulations require that all Personal Supports service providers that provide in-home supports use a clock-in and clock-out system to record their service times. The purpose is to increase...

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Demystifying developmental disabilities: Say no to the “R word”, understanding intellectual disability

Dec 02, 19 Demystifying developmental disabilities: Say no to the “R word”, understanding intellectual disability

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Demystifying developmental disabilities: Say no to the “R word”, understanding intellectual disability What is the R word Some words can succinctly describe a situation or condition, while others can slice through a family’s soul when it’s used to describe a loved one. As our understanding of disabilities has evolved, how we...

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Demystifying developmental disabilities: What is cerebral palsy?

Nov 22, 19 Demystifying developmental disabilities: What is cerebral palsy?

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DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES EXPLAINED, WHAT IS CEREBRAL PALSY A developmental disability (DD) is any number of congenital (from birth) physical, learning, language, and behavior conditions. DD impairs daily functioning such as speaking, walking, and motor coordination. Although the symptom severity can improve overtime, these...

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Penn-Mar Human Services disabilities spotlight: Finding the champion within

Nov 20, 19 Penn-Mar Human Services disabilities spotlight: Finding the champion within

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From Pen-Mar Human Services Penn-Mar Human Services disabilities spotlight: Finding the champion within As parents, all you really want for your children is for them to be happy. By the time our son Stephen was nine months old, we discovered he had developmental delays. Over time he was diagnosed with...

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Inclusive childcare. It can be done.

Nov 19, 19 Inclusive childcare. It can be done.

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Para-transportation for the disabled. Free rides from Lyft to your job.

Nov 15, 19 Para-transportation for the disabled. Free rides from Lyft to your job.

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By Shaun Heasley from Disability Scoop Para-transportation. Lyft Jobs Access Program Offers Free Rides To Job Seekers With Disabilities. Lyft’s new Jobs Access Program is aimed at easing transportation concerns for people with disabilities and other groups as they seek employment. (Lyft) In an effort to help people with...

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Free rides to your job from Lyft!! Awesome news for disabled workers.

Nov 13, 19 Free rides to your job from Lyft!! Awesome news for disabled workers.

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Free rides to your job from Lyft!! Awesome news for disabled workers and improved para-transportation If you haven’t heard Seth’s Mom family, disabled workers in our community have a new resource available to them. Lyft has launched a new product called Jobs Access Program. The Jobs Access Program provides the following...

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What are the symptoms of autism in a 3-year-old?

Jul 28, 19 What are the symptoms of autism in a 3-year-old?

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by Jayne Leonard Medical News Today What are the symptoms of autism in a 3-year-old? Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects approximately 1 in 59 children. ASD covers a range of conditions that doctors used to believe were different, including autism and Asperger’s syndrome. Behavioral symptoms often develop in early...

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Mom Thanks Metro Police Officer who Helped her Autistic Son

Jul 26, 19 Mom Thanks Metro Police Officer who Helped her Autistic Son

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From FINDINGCOOPERSVOICE Mom Thanks Metro Police Officer who Helped her Autistic Son For 2 years I picked up my son from his Autism Program five days a week. While I waited for him, I sat in the parking lot and watched the metro trains drive by. My son loves trains. And every day I would watch a young mom, with a baby strapped to...

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Where is Seth’s Mom? At the Honestly Autism Day event!

Jul 24, 19 Where is Seth’s Mom? At the Honestly Autism Day event!

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Doc Mo Crashed the Honestly Autism Day Event Well, not really. Doc Mo attended the 2019 Honestly Autism Day event, which, in her opinion was a huge success. Providers, parents, policy makers, all kinds of stakeholders gathered to discuss new autism support initiatives and share innovative training and support techniques. One of the...

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