TranseND study: Transition in Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Your help is needed (England and Wales)

Maria Ashworth writes: This study examines transition from primary to secondary school in children with neurodevelopmental disorders.

Comparisons between Autism, Williams syndrome, and Down syndrome allow insight into the unique and shared challenges and opportunities in relation to children’s trans

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Imagine ID - research project looking at how a child’s DNA affects development and learning disorders

Imagine ID - research project looking at how a child’s DNA affects development and learning disorders

Imagine ID is a research project funded by the Medical Research Council looking at how a child’s DNA affects development, particularly in relation to learning disorders.

The study want to answer a question parents often ask when their child receives a genetic condition: what does this mean for my c

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Prevalence of undiagnosed genetic conditions in clients whose behaviour challenges services supporting them. Can you help?

Steve Hendy writes: Following a combination of clinical cases and a literature review we are keen on doing some work of the prevalence of undiagnosed genetic conditions in our population of clients whose behaviour challenges the services supporting them.

The couple of clinical cases involved ‘accide

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International Conference on Disabilities in Africa. July 2018 Abuja, Nigeria. Will you contribute?

International Conference on Disabilities in Africa. July 2018 Abuja, Nigeria. Will you contribute?

This is the first International Conference on Disabilities in Africa (ICDA) to mark the launch of the International School of Disability Studies (ISDS) in Nigeria.

 

The theme of the conference is: “Visible but invisible: towards a new perspective on disability in Africa”.

Discussions and confe

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