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1741. Risk and Resilience Factors in Learning Disabilities Population

Risk and Resilience Factors in Learning Disabilities Population Risk and Resilience Factors in Learning Disabilities Population - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Risk and Resilience Factors (...) in Learning Disabilities Population The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01652651 Recruitment Status : Unknown Verified June 2012 by Rabin Medical Center. Recruitment status was: Recruiting First Posted : July 30, 2012 Last Update Posted : July 30, 2012 Sponsor: Rabin Medical Center Information

2012 Clinical Trials

1742. Anxiety, Depression, and Coping Skills Among Mexican School Children: A Comparison of Students With and Without Learning Disabilities Full Text available with Trip Pro

Anxiety, Depression, and Coping Skills Among Mexican School Children: A Comparison of Students With and Without Learning Disabilities The purpose of this study was to compare severity and risk status for anxiety and depression with coping skills among 130 Mexican school children with learning disabilities (LD) and 130 school children without LD. This research is the first to explore the emotional difficulties of Mexican children with LD. Children completed the Spanish version of the Spence

2012 Learning disability quarterly : journal of the Division for Children with Learning Disabilities

1743. Supporting Young Children With Multiple Disabilities: What Do We Know and What Do We Still Need To Learn? Full Text available with Trip Pro

Supporting Young Children With Multiple Disabilities: What Do We Know and What Do We Still Need To Learn? Young children with multiple disabilities have unique needs and challenges. Many of these young children struggle to communicate their wants and needs, to freely move their body to access and engage their world, and to learn abstract concepts and ideas. Professionals and families working together must identify the individual supports each child needs to ensure that the young child (...) with multiple disabilities is an active participant in all aspects of their lives and makes meaningful progress toward valued life outcomes.

2012 Topics in Early Childhood Special Education

1744. Effect of assistive reading software on high school students with learning disabilities: a pilot study. (Abstract)

Effect of assistive reading software on high school students with learning disabilities: a pilot study. This research project was designed to test the immediate effect of using assistive reading software - Kurzweil 3000 (K-3000) for high school students with learning disabilities (LD) to improve their English reading and other school performances.29 Taiwanese high school students with LD were randomly assigned to one of two groups: (1) use of the K-3000 or (2) control group (using a pen (...) , the use of K-3000 did not have a significant influence on the students' general English proficiency, learning adjustment, and academic self-perception.The use of K-3000 had a positive effect on students' English word recognition. The reason why there was no significant change in students' other performances could be due to the length of the intervention.

2012 Work (Reading, Mass.) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1745. Association between urine cotinine levels, continuous performance test variables, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disability symptoms in school-aged children. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Association between urine cotinine levels, continuous performance test variables, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disability symptoms in school-aged children. We examined the cross-sectional relationship between environmental tobacco smoke exposure, continuous performance test (CPT) measures, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or learning disability symptoms in school-aged children.In total, 989 children (526 boys, mean age 9.1 ± 0.7 years), recruited (...) from five South Korean cities participated in this study. We used urine cotinine as a biomarker for environmental tobacco smoke exposure, and obtained the children's scores on a CPT. Parents completed the Korean versions of the ADHD rating scale-IV (ADHD-RS) and learning disability evaluation scale (LDES). Using generalized linear mixed model (GLMM), we assessed the associations between urine cotinine concentrations, neuropsychological variables, and symptoms of ADHD and learning disabilities

2012 Psychological Medicine

1746. Using patient reported outcome measures in health services: a qualitative study on including people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Using patient reported outcome measures in health services: a qualitative study on including people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. Patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) are self-report measures of health status increasingly promoted for use in healthcare quality improvement. However people with low literacy skills or learning disabilities may find PROMs hard to complete. Our study investigated stakeholder views on the accessibility and use of PROMs to develop (...) suggestions for more inclusive practice.Taking PROMs recommended for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) as an example, we conducted 8 interviews with people with low literacy skills and/or learning disabilities, and 4 focus groups with 20 health professionals and people with COPD. Discussions covered the format and delivery of PROMs using the EQ-5D and St George Respiratory Questionnaire as prompts. Thematic framework analysis focused on three main themes: Accessibility, Ease of Use

2012 BMC Health Services Research

1747. Robot-Assisted Therapy and Motor Learning: An Active Learning Program for Stroke

: Robot-Assisted Therapy (RT) Device: Robot & Task-Oriented Training (RT-TOT) Not Applicable Detailed Description: Little is known about how individuals learn to utilize robot-trained movements during upper extremity (UE) activities in the home and community and whether specific instruction can enhance motor learning and carry-over.. Systematic reviews of robot-assisted therapy for the paretic UE confirm gains in motor capacity as measured by clinical assessments, but provide little evidence (...) of improved UE performance during daily tasks and occupations. These findings may be attributed to the limited availability of rehabilitation robots to train the paretic hand and a primary focus on intensity of practice with little regard for other principles of motor learning and experience-dependent neuroplasticity. These principles, including the salience of training tasks, transfer of acquired skills to similar activities, and active engagement and problem solving, are key to task-oriented training

2016 Clinical Trials

1748. A missense mutation in the CRBN gene that segregates with intellectual disability and self-mutilating behaviour in a consanguineous Saudi Family

whole-exome sequencing in the proband revealed a pathogenic variant in the CRBN gene, which segregated in the family. CRBN protein is known to play a role in memory and learning by regulating the assembly and expression of large-conductance, calcium-activated potassium channels involved in severe neurological disorders. Our study expands the role of CRBN in severe intellectual disability, with an additional feature of self-mutilation reflecting the heterogeneity in the clinical features exhibited (...) A missense mutation in the CRBN gene that segregates with intellectual disability and self-mutilating behaviour in a consanguineous Saudi Family A missense mutation in the CRBN gene that segregates with intellectual disability and self-mutilating behaviour in a consanguineous Saudi Family | JMG Contact blog by Here, we report five members affected with severe intellectual disability, developmental delays, seizures, and self-mutilation in a large consanguineous family from Saudi Arabia. Clinical

2017 JMG Contact blog

1749. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men aged 65+ will be physically disabled in Europe by 2047

will remain constant, the absolute number of people with severe long term activity limitations will definitely increase since the number of people at older ages is expected to increase in most European countries,” they write. “It might require several measures to accommodate the needs of an increasing number of people with activity limitations such as expanding infrastructure for disabled people in the public as well as private sectors, training of medical specialists and care professionals.” (Visited 58 (...) 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men aged 65+ will be physically disabled in Europe by 2047 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men aged 65+ will be physically disabled in Europe by 2047 | BMJ Open by Proportions not set to change over next 30 years, but absolute numbers will rise significantly published in the online journal . The proportions of those affected are set to change little over the next 30 years, despite the overall expected increase in longevity, the projections show. But the absolute numbers

2017 BMJ Open Blog

1750. A physician’s group disability nightmare

and night. My group insurance carrier hammered my dignity for years. In 2018, under ERISA law, I lost again, this time in federal court. For me, the end was bittersweet. Bitter because group disability companies do not have to tell you what will happen to your benefit when you begin to resume income sources. Sweet because during my ordeal, I exhausted every means of understanding my group disability policy. And now I get to teach what I learned in hopes of helping prevent this tragedy for other (...) physicians. My group disability provider would not assist me in understanding how my group disability policy functions when it comes to what happens should I generate income. Imagine yourself unable to use your hard-earned education to generate income. Imagine that, if you did earn income, you have no idea what would happen, unsure of the fiscal pain you might cause your family if you even tried. More than eight years is a long time for an anesthesiologist to be frustrated, anxious, and to live in fear

2018 KevinMD blog

1751. It shouldn’t be this difficult to find shoes for kids with disabilities

It shouldn’t be this difficult to find shoes for kids with disabilities It shouldn't be this difficult to find shoes for kids with disabilities It shouldn’t be this difficult to find shoes for kids with disabilities | | November 15, 2018 13 Shares My son, Luke, was born 18 months ago with myelomeningocele, the most severe form of spina bifida. Luke and our family have faced many challenges: premature birth at 26 weeks due to complications after ; a 171-day stay in the neonatal intensive care (...) unit; 10 surgeries since birth; and more. Throughout all this, Luke has been resilient. He has a loving personality and an infectious smile. He is now learning to walk. With all the medical challenges Luke has had to overcome, I never would have imagined that something so fundamental as finding shoes to fit over the braces he needs would pose such a challenge. But it has. Luke’s form of spina bifida can cause significant issues with gross motor skills, like crawling, standing, sitting upright

2018 KevinMD blog

1752. Disability can be a devastating outcome to a doctor’s career. Here’s how handle it.

Disability can be a devastating outcome to a doctor’s career. Here’s how handle it. Disability can be a devastating outcome to a doctor's career. Here's how handle it. Disability can be a devastating outcome to a doctor’s career. Here’s how handle it. | | December 9, 2018 16 Shares Disability can be a devastating outcome to a doctor’s career and self-image. Think about it: You busted your butt to learn how to do a Whipple procedure, end up getting into a skiing accident that ends your career (...) right there. No worries, because you purchased the appropriate coverage of own-occupation disability insurance, right? Having disability insurance certainly provides a protective cushion, especially you are the sole breadwinner. This is a no-brainer, and something that I think all new graduates ought to consider. One of the reasons why many of my co-residents (myself included) shied away from disability insurance during our training was that it did take up a moderate chunk of our income

2018 KevinMD blog

1753. The Veteran Disability & Rehabilitation Research Channel – Meet the Editors

been supported by the Paralyzed Veterans of America Research Foundation (PVA), NIH, and NIDILRR. I am passionate about advancing knowledge to help veterans with disabilities and, having been an editorial board member of JRRD, was very keen to become an editor of the PLOS Channel for Veterans Disability and Rehabilitation Research. You can check out the Veteran Disability & Rehabilitation Research Channel at Post navigation As PLOS Senior Social Media & Community Editor, Victoria Costello oversees (...) The Veteran Disability & Rehabilitation Research Channel – Meet the Editors The Veteran Disability & Rehabilitation Research Channel – Meet the Editors | PLOS Blogs Network PLOS Blogs Staff Blogs Blogs by Topic Biology & Life Sciences Earth & Environmental Sciences Multi-disciplinary Sciences Medicine & Health Research Analysis & Scientific Policy Diverse perspectives on science and medicine Staff Blogs Blogs by Topic Biology & Life Sciences Earth & Environmental Sciences Multi-disciplinary

2017 PLOS Blogs Network

1754. The Value of Workshops on Psychological Flexibility for Early Childhood Special Education Staff. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Value of Workshops on Psychological Flexibility for Early Childhood Special Education Staff. High stress and burnout are common for early childhood special educators, contributing to high rates of attrition, diminished educational effectiveness, and high turnover. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a promising approach for the prevention and treatment of a wide variety of problems. Using a randomized wait-list control design, this pilot study evaluated whether ACT workshops (...) delivered to preschool teachers who serve children with developmental disabilities would improve stress-related problems of teachers (i.e., stress, depression, and burnout) and increase collegial support. At pretest, measures of experiential avoidance (EA) and mindful awareness (MA) showed significant relationships to reports of depression, stress, and burnout. The intervention reduced staff members' EA, increased teachers' MA and valued living (VL), and improved teachers' sense of efficacy

2013 Topics in Early Childhood Special Education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1755. Impact of a Diabetes Risk Score on Lifestyle Education and Patient Adherence

Impact of a Diabetes Risk Score on Lifestyle Education and Patient Adherence Impact of a Diabetes Risk Score on Lifestyle Education and Patient Adherence - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more (...) . Impact of a Diabetes Risk Score on Lifestyle Education and Patient Adherence (IDEA) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01932866 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : August 30, 2013 Last Update Posted : August 30, 2013 Sponsor: Wilford Hall Medical Center Information provided

2013 Clinical Trials

1756. A Simplified Patient-Centered Educational Tool for Improved Hearing-Aid Outcomes

and hepatic sensitivity, visual acuity, and learning and memory assessments. They will then attend their hearing aid fitting in the ASPS and will receive standard-of-care hearing-aid orientation. At the end of that appointment, they will receive one of the four study interventions. Subjects will return to the NCRAR 4-6 weeks after the hearing-aid-fitting appointment to complete the following outcome measures: a knowledge and practical test regarding hearing-aid use and care, a measure of self-efficacy (...) orientation as provided by clinical audiologist plus a teach-back technique session reviewing information on the hearing aids Behavioral: Teach-back Technique Counseling/Educational session using the teach-back technique to review information about their hearing aids Other: Standard of Care standard of care hearing-aid orientation as provided by clinical audiologist Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Hearing Aid Skills and Knowledge Test [ Time Frame: 4 weeks after the hearing-aid fitting

2013 Clinical Trials

1757. GroundsKeeper: A Qualitative Study of Applied Game-based Interactives in Special Education Programs

based diagnostics and data mining respectively on the same product. Digital tools are facilitating both traditional and '21st century skills' via new information and communication technologies for knowledge work, thinking, learning, and leading digital lifestyles (p. 23) (Trilling & Fadel, 2009). Further there is growing evidence these skills, along with traditional literacies are being learned by using digital applications (Gee, 2007; Squire & Barab, 2004; Steinkuehler & Duncan, 2008). Early (...) Official Title: GroundsKeeper: A Qualitative Study of Applied Game-based Interactives in Special Education Programs Study Start Date : January 2013 Actual Primary Completion Date : May 2013 Actual Study Completion Date : May 2013 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Experimental: Play Groundskeeper This study will employ design-based research models (Laurel, 2003) to the executive-functioning training game

2013 Clinical Trials

1758. Impact of a Parenting Program in Liberia to Improve Parenting, Education, and Health Outcomes for Children in Liberia

, waitlist controlled design will be conducted to measure the impact of the intervention on three primary outcomes: positive parenting skills, children's cognitive and educational skills, and malaria knowledge and prevention behaviors. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Parenting Behavior Pre-academic and Developmental Skills Malaria Prevention Behavioral: Parents Make the Difference Not Applicable Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical (...) Inclusion Criteria: Parents or primary caregivers (age 18 or above) of children ages 3-7 enrolled in kindergarten Resident in one of five study sites Exclusion Criteria: Severe cognitive disability of caregiver affecting ability to provide informed consent Contacts and Locations Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contact information provided by the sponsor. Please refer to this study

2013 Clinical Trials

1759. Rehabilitation After Lumbar Disc Surgery: Exercise Therapy and Brief Educational Intervention

by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Active Comparator: Brief intervention only Brief intervention, an educational model, consists of information Other: Brief intervention, an educational model The goal of the the brief intervention is to provide the patient knowledge to reduce uncertainty so that he or she can understand what is important after lumbar disc surgery so that belief in self-efficacy increases. Active Comparator: Exercise (...) group Brief educational intervention combined with exercise therapy Other: Brief intervention, an educational model The goal of the the brief intervention is to provide the patient knowledge to reduce uncertainty so that he or she can understand what is important after lumbar disc surgery so that belief in self-efficacy increases. Other: Exercise therapy Patients are instructed to do prescribed exercises the first 3 months after surgery, and to log when they do these Outcome Measures Go to Primary

2013 Clinical Trials

1760. Coping With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Development of a Community-based Patient Education Program

functioning, fatigue, pain, acceptance, anxiety, depression, quality of life, self- efficacy, and illness perception will be compared with treatment as usual. The results of the main project will lead to the elaboration of the final patient education program that can be implemented in primary health care, as well as development of a training program for future program-conductors. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Coping Patient Education Behavioral: Patient (...) Coping With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Development of a Community-based Patient Education Program Coping With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Development of a Community-based Patient Education Program - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one

2013 Clinical Trials

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