• What Current Tax Reform Might Mean for Individuals with Disabilities, Injury, or Illness

    We are often too engaged with our work to discuss politics. That does not mean that our work is not affected by politics. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate have proposed tax plans that are moving...

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  • The Success of Applied Behavior Analysis

    Between autism and dementia, the full range of the behavioral spectrum is well covered. Organizational function, skill deficits and problem behavior are symptomatic of both conditions. All can be improved with...

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  • Five Recommended Actions Regarding Children & Traumatic Brain Injury

    In our last article “A Brief Review of Children and Traumatic Brain Injury“, we only skimmed the surface of a...

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  • A Brief Review of Children & Traumatic Brain Injury

    One topic we return to time and time again this space is traumatic brain injury (TBI), as can be seen here and here....

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  • Reeve Foundation Finds Friends for People Living with Paralysis

    The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis. Its Peer...

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  • Target to Debut Sensory-Friendly & Adaptive Clothing Line

    You might think that a special needs child’s aversion to touch applies only to you or other people. If so, you still have more to learn about the disabled. Luckily,...

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