Children and Youth with Disabilities Document List
Although some of these documents from our Children and Youth category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Children and Youth Publications:
For young people with psychosis, the odds of an involuntary rather than voluntary hospitalization were more than three times higher than for those without psychosis.
On Anaesthesia Web children of all ages and cognitive levels learn about the body, what it is like being in hospital and what happens before, during and after anaesthesia and surgery.
Mind the Gap research reveals children with disability are often invisible, as they are overlooked in many child and disability focused laws, policies and programs.
Developmental neurotoxicity is a serious risk associated with elevated fluoride exposure, whether due to community water fluoridation, natural fluoride release from soil minerals, or tea consumption.
Research reveals fewer than half of parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities make long-term plans about their childs care if the parent or relative providing care dies or becomes incapacitated.
Study explores whether infants can synchronise their brainwaves to adults and whether eye contact might influence this.
Research has uncovered a developmental abnormality in babies that has been directly linked to cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Mothers using motherese or baby talk plays important role in language learning, engaging child emotions and highlighting structure in language to help babies decode syllables and sentences.
New global study reveals nearly eight out of every 1,000 children in the general population estimated to have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
World Health Organization reports over 3000 adolescents die every day, totalling 1.2 million deaths a year, from largely preventable causes.
Article assists parents with special-needs children navigate the medical necessity and insurance maze when it comes to providing a safe bed for their child.
Study reveals preschool age kids often skip location words and lean on other relevant information to describe important spatial details.
Children raised in daily contact with responsive and warm professionals display better physical, cognitive, and social development.
Study finds children with disabilities more likely to respond aggressively when they are bullied, not only to their bullies but to other children as well.
Oregon State University study reveals marked differences in play and activity among toddlers with and without disabilities.
Study reveals significant associations between difficult child behavior and use of mobile technology as a calming tool.
Information and overview of Gastroschisis, a form of birth defect of an infants abdominal wall.
Trying to have people with disabilities MADE KNOWN in their families, communities, villages, and countries.
Defense Authorization Act allows military survivor benefit plans to designate special needs trust as beneficiary.
Nearly 55% of U.S. infants are placed to sleep with bedding that increases risk of sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS.
Progress toward commitment to children in areas such as right to education, protection from child labor and child marriage, and discrimination of children with disabilities.
Facts and advice from physicians to parents and caregivers on viral illness season and child care settings.
The world has never been closer to this once-in-a-generation opportunity of eradicating polio for good.
Data suggests children born with forms of disabilities are more often abused and relinquished to the child welfare system.
Largest study to date examines the link between child disabilities and discipline they may receive.
Article looks at sibling rivalry with a focus on a child with disabilities or one who is ill and may require more time from a parent than their brothers or sisters.
Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot do.
In America there are more than 1.3 million children who are homeless at some point every single year.
Children with disabilities whose parents meet income limits may be eligible to receive cash benefits through Supplemental Security Income SSI.
In conflict and crisis children with disabilities must not be forgotten UNICEF stated at an international conference.
Researchers establish a direct correlation between sensory processing the way the nervous system manages incoming sensory information and ritualistic and obsessive compulsive behaviors.
Disabled children often experience discrimination exclusion and violence the biggest barriers are the attitudes of other people and widespread forms of institutional discrimination.
Families advocates and pediatric community urged to Speak Now for Kids in the face of threats to Medicaid and the Childrens Hospitals Graduate Medical Education program.
The mission of Special Kids Special Families is to promote strengthen, and support individuals with disabilities and their families.
Young people with disabilities have a great deal to gain from relationships with mentors who have the ability to guide them.
Children who are diagnosed as disabled may be eligible for SSI or SSDI benefits.
Otoplasty is a cosmetic solution for malformed ears otoplasty is minimally invasive and requires little recovery time.
NICHY provides information related to disabilities in children including youth programs and services for children with disabilities.
Parents of children who experience a disability play a crucial role in the educational process of their children.
Plagiocephaly is a general term one that refers to a persons head which is shaped abnormally due to various causes.
Kids Together is dedicated to inclusive communities and promotion of a sense of belonging for people with disabilities.
KEEN LA was launched in October of 2005, a mere three months after the people involved in its planning held their first community assessment meeting.
A speech or language impairment means an impairment of speech or sound production fluency voice or language.
The National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness - A Resource for Children and Youth.
An article about Children with Orthopedic Impairments IDEA and Assistive Technologies.
About half of all children with a hearing loss do not have an identified cause for that hearing loss.
Majority of children who have died because of H1N1 flu have had an underlying illness or developmental disability.
The main difference between child bullying today from the past is the nature of the bullying and the violence that occurs in the aftermath.
Action for Kids provides mobility equipment, work-related learning to assist with access to employment and alternate career opportunities.
Stories for Children Magazine features articles stories and featured guest interviews.
Our Kids a website offering support for family members friends caregivers and others who support children with special needs.
Children have certainly mastered the art of selecting, negotiating and even refusing the chores their parents assign to them.
Elementary school educators free teaching tool to help young students learn about children and adults with disabilities.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities gives parents professionals and individuals with learning disabilities an incredible amount of information.
Parents may face situations where disabilities and children are concerned, talking to kids about disabilities includes explaining disability, politeness and manners to children.
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