This past Thursday, The Invisible Disability Discussion panel, consisting of four students, related the problems and virtues coming with disabilities that cannot be observed by others. “Hopefully people will learn how to think about disabilities differently after
In reading the New York Times obituary of disability rights attorney Paul S. Miller, I came across this bit of his wisdom. “Good health is not the absence of a disability,” he wrote in a paper called
The most important thing to remember about assessments is that they not only determine eligibility — they also drive placement and services.
Huron Valley Schools has approximately 500 students — and there’s about 82,000 students in Michigan — with learning disabilities. This does not include students diagnosed with speech and language disorders, cognitive disorders, or ADHD disorders who get
An Aboriginal mother has stunned a rally at Sydney’s Opera House by interrupting radio host Alan Jones to vent her anger at the state’s indifference to disabled children. Shirley Lomas, 54, of Redfern, was among about 2000
Since the late 1980s the Jewish conversation — and Jewish funding — has orbited around the goal of Jewish continuity. Whether the cause is Jewish peoplehood, intermarriage, education or even Israel, ensuring our Jewish continuity inevitably grounds
Doctor Louise Scott says there is a very good reason why humans spend one third of their lives asleep. Because it’s important. That was the pediatric neuropsychologist’s message Saturday morning to a group of 25 parents and