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The Reopening of Schools – A Special Education Spotlight

  After more than a year of remote learning, it seems like hope is on the horizon for teachers, students, and parents. As teachers are becoming eligible for the vaccine and state guidelines are shifting, school districts are increasingly looking to restart in-person learning. Every school district is taking its own unique approach to integrate…
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A New Paradigm for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

For over 100 years, massive numbers of people have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Still, the prevalent treatments of today can be impersonal, unengaging, and old-fashioned. The common methods of treatment today- generic flashcards, memory games, et cetera- leave much to be desired for patients and their families as they seek improved outcomes and…
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The Concerning State of Concussion Care

3.8 Million. According to the Centers For Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), that’s how many people suffer concussions every year. Concussions have jumped into the public consciousness, especially as they relate to contact sports like Football. The CDC defines concussions as “a type of traumatic brain injury—or TBI—caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to…
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