Many people even now feel little bit trepidation at the time of paying a visit to their dentist. Some of these fears will be something too much bearable. This problem is common with guys who are suffering missing teeth along with the one who desire having dental implant. It is fortunate to learn that . . . → Read More: Sedation Dentistry to Deal with Dental Implants
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order to establish the Employment First Commission, tasked with creating an Employment First policy for New York, which makes competitive, integrated employment the first option when considering supports and services for people with disabilities. The initiative aims to increase the employment rate, and decrease . . . → Read More: Employment First Policy for New York – Employment Support For Disabled
My family has a history of cancer. My aunt died about 12 years ago from cancer, within a year of being diagnosed. My mom and I both have a history of skin cancer. My sister has Leukemia. This is a special guest post article that I wanted to share today. Cancer researchers say new . . . → Read More: Cancer Researchers Say New Trials Offer Hope
Did you read the article in the New York Times about Immune Disorders and Autism? I read it and didn’t think much of the article. I considered most of it as information I already knew. Immune system disorders as a cause for autism wasn’t a new thing for me.
So here’s the short of . . . → Read More: Immune System Disorders a Cause For Autism
Join the Dew Crew (Dal Jr.) on Facebook. They have an app on Facebook that allows you to earn points to win prizes. I have just signed up for it, and am still working on figuring everything out. It’s a fun way to pass the time, support your favorite driver, and have the chance . . . → Read More: Join Dale Jr’s Diet #dewcrew
For a child with autism, stability in routine and environment is important. For one young autistic child, Abby, her world is in danger of collapsing around her. Here is a brief quote of her story in her mother’s own words:
My name is Benita. I am a single parent of a child with autism, . . . → Read More: 41 Days Left To Save Autism Child’s Home
Earlier this year, an Osceola County teacher was fired for allegedly force feeding hot sauce soaked crayons to a five year old autistic child. The district has been fighting to keep the teacher out of the classroom. A judge has sided with the teacher and ordered the district to hire her back.
The teacher, . . . → Read More: Teacher Force Feeds Hot Sauce Crayons To Autistic Child Gets Job Back
Mom says school district changes autistic daughter’s IEP, balks at letting service dog come to school | www.WHEC.com. I saw this reported on this morning, and wanted to share. I’ve seen an increase in families having to fight to allow service dogs to accompany their child at school. It’s a new way . . . → Read More: School District Changes Autistic Child’s IEP To No Service Dog