Why is Texas all but forcing the developmentally disabled into bad state institutions?
Texans with intellectual or developmental disabilities often have a choice: Add their name to a 10-year waitlist for services in their community in...
Sacramento should make a priority of developmental disability services: Editorial
The DDS system cannot be allowed to collapse, and the individuals and families who depend on it cannot be left out in the cold.
Adults with developmental differences learn film skills at camp
In 2007, filmmaker and producer Joey Travolta founded Inclusion Films to teach filmmaking skills to individuals with developmental disabilities. This gave way to a series of camps aimed at impartin…
How best to serve developmentally disabled adults?
Many face disrupted lives due to well-intended new federal policy.
Developmentally disabled adults discover the joy of independence in Hanover
The Rose House in Hanover provides apartments and support for 12 developmentally disabled adults and New Jersey has agreed to match, dollar for dollar, money from municipal affordable trust funds to develop new housing for those with special needs
Step-by-step guide of legal options for a developmentally disabled adult child
This website is a free service to help parents in Florida assist adult children with developmental disabilities and help them make important life decisions.
Conservatorship For Developmentally Disabled
Learn how to set up California limited conservatorship for developmentally disabled individual to legally manage their personal or financial needs.
Developmental youth golf series begins July 20
Elephant Rocks Golf Course in Williams is offering a program for budding golfers.
Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled receives $10,000 grant
Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled, located at 1179 Kenmore Ave., recently received a $10,000 grant from the First Niagara Foundation. This grant will go toward the expansion of the organization’s pre-vocational and Pathway to Employment services that support people with developmental disabilities.
Sabin says testing should be appropriate for developmental level
"Tests weren’t being used to inform instruction, they were used to evaluate teachers and one test can’t evaluate a student or a teacher.
Yahoo struggles to find way
Once an online giant, Yahoo is struggling to re-define itself amid competition with Google and Facebook. The company is still one of the most-visited sites on the Web, according to the New York Times. But it’s failed to keep up with the ever-changing pace of the Internet. Read more at the New York Times.This content is only available to members of the CSBJ. To gain access, you'll need to sign in or purchase Basic Free If you're already a member, sign in here.
What Should I Do if My Baby is Not Meeting Developmental Milestones on Time?
Pittsford apartments will help people with developmental disabilities learn independence
The seven new one-bedroom apartments will be constructed inside a currently vacant building at 77 Pinnacle Road.
What Happens to Developmentally Disabled as Parents Age, Die?
Many of the 860,000 people over 60 who care for someone with intellectual or developmental disabilities are waiting for the person they care for to receive state Medicaid services, fretting over what will happen to the person they care for when they die.
Family struggles to understand circumstances of father's death
BELOIT - The family of Jose Carrera Reyes is struggling to understand what befell their loved one, who told th
Lawmakers ignore expert advice on developmentally disabled
Studies commissioned by legislature show better outcomes for developmentally disabled outside of institutions.
How the Word 'Retarded' Hurts the Developmentally Disabled
Americans with developmental disabilities still remain second-class citizens in the eyes of the law and our fellow human beings. There is no greater symbolic gesture of the ridicule they endure than the accepted use of the word “retarded” in day-to-day speech.
What happens to developmentally disabled as parents age, die?
About 860,000 people over 60 years old nationwide are caring for someone with intellectual or developmental disabilities in their home.
Developmentally Disabled Learn To Live More Independently
A new in-home monitoring system helps individuals with developmental disabilities live more independent lives
How to Teach the Developmentally Disabled Life Skills
When an individual is developmentally disabled, life skills can be a challenge. But some disabilities are easier to overcome than others, and people with developmental disabilities can learn life ...