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Homeless Shelters Suggested As Option For Adults With Disabilities, Parents Say
Some Indiana state workers suggested dropping adults with developmental disabilities at homeless shelters if they cannot be cared for at home, state legislators were told this week.
Watch-Like Device Helps Monitor Stress, Prevent Meltdowns
A new device designed to measure stress levels in individuals with autism is showing promise for researchers, therapists and parents alike who are looking to mitigate meltdowns.
Behavior Specialist With Bogus Credentials To Serve Prison Time
A New York woman who used fake credentials to work as a behavior analyst is headed to jail after charging a school district over $150,000 for services she was unqualified to provide.
Special Education Attorney Convicted Of Defrauding Parents
A Washington, DC area man who billed families thousands as a special education attorney despite not having a valid law license, was convicted this week on several counts of fraud.
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