Attorney Carol Anne Johnson Expands Practice Dedicated to Those with Special Needs

Attorney Carol Anne Johnson Expands Practice Dedicated to Those with Special Needs
Columbia, SC (PRWEB) May 21, 2015 Carol Anne Johnson, Esq., who is licensed to practice law in both South Carolina and Florida, recently announced the upcoming expansion of her practice, which currently provides estate and legacy planning and Special Needs Planning for disabled children and adults in Florida. When asked, “Why South Carolina?” Carol answered, ...

American Exceptionalism II: Sandburg, Holiday and Strange Fruit ~ An Abens Special New on the Bryan William Brickner Blog

American Exceptionalism II: Sandburg, Holiday and Strange Fruit ~ An Abens Special New on the Bryan William Brickner Blog
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 28, 2015 “Billie Holliday recorded Strange Fruit, a song about lynching, in 1939,” William Abens noted, “and it’s a strange song about a strange America – one that didn’t see itself in the other.” In American Exceptionalism II: Sandburg, Holiday and Strange Fruit ~ An Abens Special new on the ...

MEDICC Review Special Issue on Chronic Kidney Disease Now Available in Spanish

MEDICC Review Special Issue on Chronic Kidney Disease Now Available in Spanish
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2015 MEDICC Review has launched the Spanish edition of its special issue, Chronic Kidney Disease Hits Agricultural Communities, on this year’s World Kidney Day (MEDICC Review Abril 2014: Enfermedad renal crónica azota comunidades agrícolas). The first peer-reviewed journal to devote an entire issue to chronic kidney disease of uncertain causes ...

True to the Trail: Kahtoola Extends Special Offer for PepsiCo TransRockies Run Racer

Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) February 28, 2015 With bitter cold temps and snow blanketing much of the nation, Kahtoola has made a heart-warming offer to runners. Flagstaff, Arizona-based footwear traction company Kahtoola is awarding one free participant entry to North America’s premier trail running stage race. “We know athletes are training despite the winter weather, and ...

Special Agents of Change Webinar Introduces Collaborative Intervention Approaches for Students at Risk of Reading Failure

Special Agents of Change Webinar Introduces Collaborative Intervention Approaches for Students at Risk of Reading Failure
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2015 With the growing focus on more rigorous instruction in the United States, creating literate learners is more important than ever. However, instead of relying exclusively on school-based intervention services for struggling readers, parents and educators can work together for improved results. To guide special education administrators and teachers ...

New Study Shows Promise for Rhythm-Based Music Listening Therapy to Help Children with Special Health Care Needs

New Study Shows Promise for Rhythm-Based Music Listening Therapy to Help Children with Special Health Care Needs
Ogden, Utah (PRWEB) February 04, 2015 The informal study released today was conducted by Lori Riggs, M.A., CCC/SLP and the National Association for Child Development examined the effects of inTime on children with special health care needs. 37 children participated in the study who had previously completed The Listening Program®. The purpose was to investigate ...

Special Needs VR Gaming Startup Timocco Granted UK patent

Special Needs VR Gaming Startup Timocco Granted UK patent
Tel Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) January 07, 2015 Timocco, a gaming platform developer for kids with special needs announced today it was granted a UK patent for its unique computer-based object tracking technology. Timocco’s low-cost online gaming software is designed to treat children with a range of conditions and developmental delays. The 50+ games on ...

APTA Professionals Launch Special Interest Group Focused on Assistive Technology/Seating & Wheeled Mobility

Belleville, IL (PRWEB) December 18, 2014 ROHO, Inc.’s Clinical Applications Manager Tricia Garven, PT, ATP, is a key contributor in launching a new Special Interest Group (SIG) within the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Neurology Section. The new SIG is focused on education and issues for physical therapy professionals and students in the field of ...

David Perecman Weighs In After School Loses Special Needs Child

David Perecman Weighs In After School Loses Special Needs Child
New York, New York (PRWEB) November 18, 2014 A mother in Atlanta, Georgia blamed a middle school for her 12-year-old son’s disappearance. The woman’s son, Jonathan Hilliard, is autistic. [Attorney at Law David Perecman understands her frustration and urges schools to do more to protect children with special needs. At the end of the ...