Posts Tagged ‘inclusion’

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    All Our Students – Every Child Deserves to Learn

    Dec 1, 17 • 70 Views • NewsroomNo Comments

    All Our Students Every Child Deserves to Learn By Aaron Blackwelder According to a study from the Centers for Disease Control (2012), about 1 in 68 children are identified on the Autism Spectrum. In the same study, it was estimated that boys are 4.5 more...

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    National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    Oct 1, 16 • 403 Views • NewsroomComments Off on National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    National Disability Employment Awareness Month – Inclusion Works By Karen Krejcha Finding and keeping meaningful employment is fundamental to a person’s quality of life. Although the paycheck is nice, a job or career also offers the opportunity for...

  • The Benefits of Inclusive Classrooms

    Feb 17, 16 • 1175 Views • NewsroomComments Off on The Benefits of Inclusive Classrooms

    By Keith Loria Inclusive classrooms have been a highly debated topic among educators for years. Experience with the diversity of the world is crucial. This holds as true for people with autism as it does for people with other disabilities and people of...

  • Washington researcher helps shape character with autism

    Feb 10, 16 • 1120 Views • NewsroomComments Off on Washington researcher helps shape character with autism

    By Jeffrey Rindskopf Julia is a joyful young girl who enjoys singing and playing with her friends Elmo and Abby. She is also sensitive to certain noises and flaps her hands in the air when she is excited. Julia has autism. As the latest creation from Sesame...

  • Faith and inclusivity (Part 1)

    Sep 16, 15 • 1619 Views • Newsroom1 Comment

    By Kristina Marie This is Part 1 of a 2-part series. Read Part 2 here. For families who experience a disability, finding a place of faith for the whole family to worship, learn about God and connect with others can be daunting. Trying a new church often means...