Planning and Prevention Strategies Reduce Problems at IEP Meetings

by Judith Greenbaum, Ph.D. from CEN’s Focus on Results

Many parents and educators approach an individualized education program (IEP) team meeting with a certain amount of caution. Parents and educators feel this way even though evidence shows that most IEP team meetings proceed rather quickly and quietly. IEP team participants may worry that some-thing will go wrong or that participants will disagree, or they may feel unprepared.

Continue Reading →

Share:
0

Autism Risk And Labor Induction: Is There A Link?

By: Emily Willingham, Forbes

The headlines linking labor induction and autism risk are splashy–aren’t they always with “autism linked to” stories? My favorite misstatement of the research is in this headline from Bloomberg: “Autism risk for children may be raised when labor induced,” as though the cause-and-effect association is established and inducing labor is The Factor that leads to the risk.

Continue Reading →

Share:
0

Court Rulings Don’t Confirm Autism-Vaccine Link

By: Emily Willingham, Forbes

There’s a post making the rounds courtesy of something called “Whiteout Press” with the headline “Courts confirm vaccines cause autism.” It’s spreading across sites, through chains of elementary school parent communities, and onto radars of other communities that overlap. In other words, it’s viral. If only there were a vaccine for it.

Continue Reading →

Share:
0

5 Myths Of Leadership

When it comes to leadership there is no one size fits all. Every leader has his/her own personality, style, and approach to leading teams. That said, there are leadership truths and myths that seem to surface time and again when I talk to successful entrepreneurs and leadership gurus. Here are several that are consistently brought up and the ones I have personally observed and experienced.

Continue Reading →

Share:
0
Page 29 of 33 «...10202728293031...»