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Religion & Healthy Aging By Kendall Brune
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This book was completed as part of a doctoral dissertation. It is not a complete piece, but a snap shot for family, friends and collegues. Religion is a source of comfort to some and a conflict to... More > others. A study done by Gallop at Princeton claimed that a vast majority of Americans (94%) claim to believe in God. Koenig’s study found that among older Americans, 98% believe in God, and pray. Mangan, et al found that physicians tend to ignore religious issues in the care of their patients. However, this trend is changing. As reported by Koenig, 2002 two thirds of the medical schools offered required or elective courses on religion, spirituality, and medicine. Considering that the elderly think religion is important, that religion likely benefits health outcomes, and that religion is without financial cost, health care providers should include religion in the care of their elderly patients.< Less
Classroom Management Urban K-8 and Special Education Teachers By Denise Adrienne Johnson
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The Little Yellow School Bus "ONE CHILD NOT REFERRED TO THE CHILD STUDY TEAM FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSIFICATION = SUCCESS" Do you remember the little Yellow School Bus for the special... More > education kids? Let's try Classroom Management Techniques instead. The Little Yellow School Bus is gone; but the over use of labeling and classifying students special education has not. There is still room for a lot of improvement. Too many students are being referred to the child study team for testing and classification as emotional and learning disabled. Young boys, especially urban inner-city African American black boys, are often classified special education because of poor behavior. When in fact, they may not need to be classified special education at all. Instead, behavior modification techniques could be used. This book includes a chapter dedicated to the special education teacher; and chapter on creating excellent lesson plans. This along with classroom management techniques that work.< Less
special Ed By tawanda garner
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Tawanda helps her son Marquis tell his story about people in special Education and having a disability! these are fictional stories but It shows the relity that people with disabilites go... More > through!< Less
special Ed By tawanda garner
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Tawanda helps her son Marquis tell his story about people in special Education and having a disability! these are fictional stories but It shows the relity that people with disabilites go... More > through!< Less
Special Olympics Arizona's Steps to Better Health By David E. Paz
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Special Olympics Arizona's Steps to Better Health (STBH) is a health promotion program specifically tailored to individuals with intellectual disabilites in the State of Arizona. STBH provides... More > extensive health literacy, hands on training in stress management and exercise, and extensive health screening to evaluate the status of the individual and his/her progress along the program< Less
Special Olympics Arizona's Steps to Better Health By David E. Paz
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Special Olympics Arizona's Steps to Better Health (STBH) is a health promotion program specifically tailored to individuals with intellectual disabilites in the State of Arizona. STBH provides... More > extensive health literacy, hands on training in stress management and exercise, and extensive health screening to evaluate the status of the individual and his/her progress along the program< Less
OVERCOMING OBSTACLES A LIFETIME OF SUCCESS By JAMES SCHANER
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The author has lived with Diabetes, Cerebral Palsy, Kidney Failure, Dialysis and transplanted organs. Parts of his story may make you cry and parts will give you hope. He shares his view of... More > childhood living with CP and Diabetes. How he was able to find a place to fit in and belong. He talks about his life experiences going through the education system with disabilites. Where he was able to succeed, and where he failed. He talks about different jobs he held after age 17 and how his disabilities affected his view of the work and his performance. In his thirties his kidneys failed and he describes his ordeal with dialysis and his first kidney transplant. How this followed by the death of his mother changed his focus on life. The steps he took to receive a second transplant to cure his diabetes. A second kidney failure leads to living life on dialysis with hope by helping others through volunteering. To the author life is as John Rambo put it: "Nothing is over! Nothing! You just can't turn it off."< Less

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