Achieving Social Justice at the Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness
Nikki Elliot | Semantic Scholar
I have dedicated my career to serving students who struggle with learning and behavioral challenges. For years, I dreamed of leaving traditional schools to develop a holistic learning clinic that provides services to students with learning or behavioral issues. It was like I had received a call to join a revolution! Society has made strides in achieving greater equality and inclusion regarding gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Yet, in many learning spaces, we still tolerate exclusion and bias against people with neurological differences.
Every Wednesday, until September, one runner, drawn at random, who improves their handicap since last week and clicks their clock will win a prize. Rewards Running competition runs until September The lower the value, the faster the conditions. The lower the value the better you did relatively. What are these?
Objectives: A programme was introduced in Canterbury, New Zealand to evaluate the diagnosis and treatment of frenulum releases in newborn infants with suspected tongue-tie ankyloglossia. The primary goals were to support breastfeeding and ensure that unnecessary surgery was avoided. Methods: Local healthcare professionals reached consensus on a pathway for improving management of infants with tongue-tie and breast-feeding difficulties. This embedded an expert breast-feeding review and assessment of lingual function using a validated method, the Bristol Tongue-tie Assessment Tool BTAT.