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Participants needed for IU Health / Riley Hospital innovative brain-imaging study aimed at identifying at-risk kids

Participants needed for IU Health / Riley Hospital innovative brain-imaging study aimed at identifying at-risk kids
Click on the thumbnail for a PDF version of the flyer. Please distribute widely! Faculty at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health are looking to discover why some children and adolescents are more likely to engage in risky decision-making than others through a uniqueRead more

The ABCs of Back to School with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

As a new school year approaches, parents may find it useful to share information about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders with teachers and other school personnel. The information below is designed to help educators understand the effects of prenatal exposure to alcohol so that children and youth have the best opportunitiesRead more

5 Ways to Advocate for Your Special Needs Kid

5 Ways to Advocate for Your Special Needs Kid
You’re grappling with the emotions of discovering your kid has a learning disability and suddenly find yourself trying to decode the foreign language of IEPs. You might also worry that your school isn’t doing enough, or doing the right things, for your child. But your experience can be influenced by howRead more
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