Family Movement

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards. The Family Movement, also known in the past as the Parent Movement, is an arm of the disability rights movement, a larger social movement. The Family Movement advocates for the economic […]

Binder’s syndrome

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards.     Binder’s Syndrome/Binder Syndrome (Maxillo-Nasal Dysplasia) is a developmental disorder primarily affecting the anterior part of the maxilla and nasal complex (nose and jaw). It is a rare disorder and the […]

People Inc.

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards.     People Inc. is a non-profit organization in Western New York. People Inc. provides a variety of services to seniors, families and individuals with developmental disabilities including residential, employment, community outreach, health care, […]

Developmental-Behavioral Screening and Surveillance

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards.     Early detection of children with developmental-behavioral delays and disabilities is essential to making sure that those with difficulties receive the benefits of early intervention. Early intervention has been proven […]

Pseudosenility

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards. Pseudosenility also reversible dementia is a condition where older people are in a state of memory loss, confusion, or disorientationthat may have a cause other than the ordinary aging process. Generally, the term “reversible dementia” […]

Specific language impairment

          This article was published on wikipedia.org, and is shown here in its original form.  However, this version is designed for website accessibility standards.     Specific language impairment (SLI) is diagnosed when a child’s language does not develop normally and the difficulties cannot be accounted for by generally slow development, physical […]