Posts Tagged 'behavior'

Dogs help all family members dealing with autism

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One more reason to get a dog: furry four-legged friends can help both parents of / and children with autism.

Posted by Tessa Jun 02, 2011 Posted in Disability No Comments

Digital Surveillance Ends Career of Controversial School of Shock Director

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Eye in the sky is everywhere, watching you, watching me, watching us all, but an ironic twist of fate has ended the career of a man who happily took advantage of his 24-hour surveillance cameras that recorded the behavior of kids with disabilities and the staff at his highly controversial “School of Shock.” If the electronic spying caught bad behavior, a student was punished by receiving electrical shocks. The school director allegedly destroyed the surveillance tapes to keep them from getting out on the Internet. He is now facing a criminal indictment involving the digital surveillance.

Posted by Tessa May 27, 2011 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

SURE! BRING YOUR CHILD ALONG!

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Holiday time can literally tear a family apart, when there is a child in the family who’s active, noisy or withdrawn behaviors make hosts ask anxiously if you are bringing your child along.

Posted by Tanya Nov 16, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments