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Doctors Train to Spot Signs of A.D.H.D. in Children

Doctors Train to Spot Signs of A.D.H.D. in Children | Children with special needs ages 3-9 | Scoop.it
Some psychiatrists are teaching pediatricians how to evaulate children’s mental health issues like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which some doctors diagnose despite having little training.
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A growing concern on misdiagnosis, big pharma involvement and the lack of properly trained health care professionals. Not to mention insurance challenges.

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Common Core Curriculum Now Has Critics on the Left

Common Core Curriculum Now Has Critics on the Left | Children with special needs ages 3-9 | Scoop.it
The newest chorus of complaints about the common learning standards is coming from one of their earliest champions: New York State.
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Parents of developmentally disabled looking for answers

Parents of developmentally disabled looking for answers | Children with special needs ages 3-9 | Scoop.it
Who's going to take care of our children when we die?That's what a group of aging parents whose children have developmental disabilities is asking the state in the face of policy changes they believe will jeopardize those with severe disabilities.
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Ummeed for children with developmental disorders - Free Press Journal

Ummeed for children with developmental disorders - Free Press Journal | Children with special needs ages 3-9 | Scoop.it
With a strong team of therapists and mental health professionals, Ummeed has been providing therapy to children with developmental disorders and their families,
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Interesting article on providing therapy for children and involving their families.

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