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Special Education Services After High School Uncoordinated, Unmonitored ... - Huffington Post

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Special Education Services After High School Uncoordinated, Unmonitored ...Huffington PostFurther, special education students have individualized education programs that guarantee them plans and aides as mandated by the Individuals with...
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Ohio Attorney General Defines the Phrase “Support Themselves By Their Own Labor” for Tuition-Free School Attendance « Blog Archives « Britton Smith Peters Kalail Co., L.P.A. Attorneys At Law

Ohio Revised Code Section 3313.64 explains who can go to school in what public school district without a tuition obligation. The general rule, of course, is…
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healthfinder.gov - Stocking Epinephrine in Schools Might Save Lives

healthfinder.gov - Stocking Epinephrine in Schools Might Save Lives | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
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Practice Parameter for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Feds Clarify How To Apply For Autism Tracking Devices - Disability Scoop

Feds Clarify How To Apply For Autism Tracking Devices - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
A week after announcing that the federal government will pay for tracking devices for kids with autism, officials are offering more details about how families can access the technology.
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What The Shutdown Means For Disability Services - Disability Scoop

What The Shutdown Means For Disability Services - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
As the first U.S. government shutdown in more than 17 years takes hold, some programs benefiting people with disabilities will continue with business as usual while others grind to a halt.
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New Law Requires Release of Certain Records Regardless of Outstanding Fees « Blog Archives « Britton Smith Peters Kalail Co., L.P.A. Attorneys At Law

New Law Requires Release of Certain Records Regardless of Outstanding Fees « Blog Archives « Britton Smith Peters Kalail Co., L.P.A. Attorneys At Law | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
On December 20, 2012, we alerted you to HB 462, which placed an additional mandate on boards of education who withheld grades and credits for nonpayment of…
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Deal Reached In Service Dog, Teacher Allergy Dispute - Disability Scoop

Deal Reached In Service Dog, Teacher Allergy Dispute - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
The parents of a first-grader with autism have reached an agreement with an Ohio school district on how to accommodate both the girl's service dog and a teacher with a severe allergy.
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Transition Focus Of New Documentary On PBS - Disability Scoop

Transition Focus Of New Documentary On PBS - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
A documentary following a special-education teacher as she prepares her students with autism to leave high school and enter adult life is set for its national television debut.
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NESCA News & Notes: Facing Autism at Home: An Expert Roundtable

NESCA News & Notes: Facing Autism at Home: An Expert Roundtable | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
In Ohio, we have an autism scholarship. ...
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Special Education: An Overlooked Factor to the ... - Autism Key

Special Education: An Overlooked Factor to the ... - Autism Key | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
Federal pressure must be brought to bear upon school systems who chronically and flagrantly violate the civil rights of our special needs children so that the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1975) is not a ...
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DSM-5 Wins APA Board Approval

The American Psychiatric Association's board of trustees has approved the fifth edition of its influential diagnostic manual, dubbed DSM-5, the group announced Saturday.
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Feds Receive Record Number of Complaints About Special Education

Feds Receive Record Number of Complaints About Special Education | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it

A new report from the U.S. Department of Education's office for civil rights says that, from 2009 to 2011, the agency received more complaints about disability issues than ever before in a three-year period.

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Guide Highlights Effective Social-Emotional Programs for PreK, Beyond

Guide Highlights Effective Social-Emotional Programs for PreK, Beyond | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it

A new review of social and emotional learning programs for schools looked at dozens of programs for pre-K and elementary students, highlighting 23 that promote students' self-control, relationship building, and problem solving, among other skills.

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Feds Clarify Obligations To Kids With Autism - Disability Scoop

Feds Clarify Obligations To Kids With Autism - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
In what advocates are calling a major win, federal officials are for the first time telling states that Medicaid coverage must include treatments like ABA for
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8 Exceptionally Useful Resources for Special Education Teachers - Edudemic

8 Exceptionally Useful Resources for Special Education Teachers - Edudemic | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
The educational industry is constantly changing, and it is currently focused on helping students achieve better results through research-based strategies.
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New Recommendations Guide Treatment For Those On The Spectrum - Disability Scoop

New Recommendations Guide Treatment For Those On The Spectrum - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
For the first time in 15 years, a major psychiatric organization is updating its practice guidelines for treating kids and adolescents with autism.
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Feds To Fund Tracking Devices For Kids With Autism - Disability Scoop

Feds To Fund Tracking Devices For Kids With Autism - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
The Justice Department will make funding available immediately to provide free electronic tracking devices for kids with autism who are at risk of wandering.
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Student Reassigned Due to Teacher’s Allergies to Service Animal « Blog Archives « Britton Smith Peters Kalail Co., L.P.A. Attorneys At Law

Student Reassigned Due to Teacher’s Allergies to Service Animal « Blog Archives « Britton Smith Peters Kalail Co., L.P.A. Attorneys At Law | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
A student with autism has reportedly declined to attend a new school rather than expose a teacher to a severe allergic reaction.  The six-year-old and her…
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Tensions Accompany Growth of PBIS Discipline Model

Tensions Accompany Growth of PBIS Discipline Model | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
Developers of some school climate reform models say their programs are often bypassed in favor of strategies promoted by a federally funded technical-assistance center.
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ESPN, Disney To Promote Inclusive Sports - Disability Scoop

ESPN, Disney To Promote Inclusive Sports - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
ESPN and The Walt Disney Company are joining forces with Special Olympics to encourage more individuals with and without disabilities to play together on sports teams.
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Schools Obligated To Maintain IEPs When Kids Move - Disability Scoop

Schools Obligated To Maintain IEPs When Kids Move - Disability Scoop | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
Schools have a special responsibility to provide continuity when students with disabilities move from one district to another, federal education officials say.
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Experts are Concerned with Media's Association of Asperger's and ...

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News for the Special Education Community. Add me to your circles · Friend me ... “I'm an autistic person, not a killer,” wrote Shian, on a blog by TOTKO, who works to support understanding of autism and other learning disabilities.
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Asperger’s gone, dyslexia stays in first change to psychiatric manual in almost 20 years

CHICAGO — The now familiar term “Asperger’s disorder” is being dropped. And abnormally bad and frequent temper tantrums will be given a scientific-sounding diagnosis called DMDD. But “dyslexia” and other learning disorders remain.
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Court: Districts Must Repay Parents for Special Ed. Evals - On ...

Court: Districts Must Repay Parents for Special Ed. Evals - On ... | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
Education Week reporter Nirvi Shah tracks news and trends of interest to the special education community, including administrators, teachers, and parents. ... A three-judge panel of the U.S.
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School Planning for Autism in 500 Words or Less

School Planning for Autism in 500 Words or Less | Ohio Special Education Law | Scoop.it
Does your child with autism's educational plan fully meet their needs?
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