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Academic Skills Are Essential for High School Graduates with Autism

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Photo: Hand underlining the word [02/04/2014] Scientists at UNC's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG) report that high school students with autism can learn under Common Core State Standards (CCSS), boosting their prospects for college and employment. Newly published recommendations from FPG's team also provide strategies for educating adolescents with autism under a CCSS curriculum.Academic Skills Are Essential for High School Graduates with Autism - Read more

Hope after High School for Students with Autism

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Photo: Students [17/03/2014] Teachers and other professionals in the schools work hard to achieve beneficial results for students with autism, but positive outcomes remain elusive. An innovative program from UNC's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG) and 6 partner universities is preparing students with autism for life after high school.Hope after High School for Students with Autism - Read more

Many European Banks Fail in the Accessibility of their Websites

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Photo: Young man using a tablet [07/03/2014] Researchers from the University of Oviedo (Spain) have analysed the websites of nearly 50 banks from the EU to check whether any user, even if disabled, has equal access. The results show that this right is not fulfilled in 74 percent of cases, and therefore they demand greater interest from financial entities in this technological and social problem.Many European Banks Fail in the Accessibility of their Websites - Read more

March 2014: Living Inclusion

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[04/03/2014] Inclusion has many facets. For, depending on living conditions and form of impairment inclusion can demand different requirements. In general you can define it as an equal participation of all people in all areas of life. REHACARE.de provides an insight into different aspects of inclusion in the Topic of the Month March: Living Inclusion. March 2014: Living Inclusion - Read more

Inclusion International: „An Inclusive World Is only Likely, if the System Changes“

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[04/03/2014] Does inclusion happen in New Zealand? How are physically impaired people treated in Cambodia? And what role does physical impairment play in Vietnamese families? German middle school teacher Dennis Klein deals with questions like these on his trip around the world. Sailing under the flag of inclusion, he plans to visit 20 countries.Inclusion International: „An Inclusive World Is only Likely, if the System Changes“ - Read more

Sign Language: The Way to Inclusion for the Deaf

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[04/03/2014] The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is applicable law in Germany for five years now. Besides many other aspects of inclusion it explicitly gives them the right to use the German Sign Language. But this is often not so easy to realize in everyday life.Sign Language: The Way to Inclusion for the Deaf - Read more

Residing with Dementia: „It Is Important to Always Find an Individually Fitting Solution“

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[03/02/2014] Living in the own four walls is very important for many elderly people. But when the physical and mental condition complicates an independent life, you need good alternatives. During the last years, a lot of concepts for people with dementia emerged. They are supposed to make self-determined living as comfortable as possible.Residing with Dementia: „It Is Important to Always Find an Individually Fitting Solution“ - Read more

Patients with Learning Disabilities Become Invisible in Hospitals

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Photo: Elderly man and nurse [22/01/2014] Hospital patients with learning disabilities face longer waits and mismanaged treatment due to a failure to understand them by nursing staff, says a new report.Patients with Learning Disabilities Become Invisible in Hospitals - Read more

 
 

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