Closing schools and moving to online education is crucial in terms of social distancing and preventing the spread of Covid-19. Another purpose, however, has been to maintain the 180-day minimum without affecting budgets or breaking teachers’ contracts. Forty-two million students are being schooled from home and their teachers must create an entire system of online

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A National Concussion Surveillance System will be implemented, thanks to the Traumatic Brain Injury Program Reauthorization Act of 2018, which was passed this December and signed by President Trump. It will be able to accurately determine how many Americans get a concussion each year and determine the cause. What are the origins of this state-of-art

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The Commission for Case Management Certification (CCMC) describes case management as  “a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet a client’s health and human service needs.”  There are over 682,000 case managers and social workers in the U.S. alone, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Parents and educators alike will be discussing individualized education programs for their children this spring. According to disability legal experts, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, in a case known as Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, is holding school districts to a higher standard. The unanimous decision is expected to set the stage for

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One does not have to work for the military to be reminded of the chain of command. Dawn Dunphy works for the U.S. Navy and has followed the chain from her equal employment opportunity office to human resources, IT and various other offices. This has gone on for four years and now Dunphy is scheduled

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We are often too engaged with our work to discuss politics. That does not mean that our work is not affected by politics. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate have proposed tax plans that are moving simultaneously through Congress. Both contain tax changes that will affect families with members who are disabled. The

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Between autism and dementia, the full range of the behavioral spectrum is well covered. Organizational function, skill deficits and problem behavior are symptomatic of both conditions. All can be improved with the application of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Even areas of human behavior such as health and exercise, substance abuse, and staff management/performance respond favorably

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In our last article “A Brief Review of Children and Traumatic Brain Injury“, we only skimmed the surface of a very serious subject: children who have suffered a traumatic brain injury. The logical conclusion we arrived at is the importance of a parent being informed and vigilant. We would like to take the discussion a

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The medical experts employed by AdvancedRM are patient advocates. If the patient should happen to be the victim of an auto accident, the advocate is an expert witness to the medical needs and expenses generated by serious trauma to the spinal cord, brain, or other serious personal injuries. No case manager hired by an insurance

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An instrumental part of any case are the witnesses used to help prove the medical facts. When an attorney requires a witness, whose testimony will be based these facts, he or she will need an expert witness. AdvancedRM has medical expertise in all aspects of care management and medical advocacy.  In addition to our staff

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