Autism

Read: What Campuses Need to Know About Panic Hardware

What Campuses Need to Know About Panic Hardware

Navigating the codes surrounding the use of panic hardware can be a challenge for healthcare facilities, schools and colleges. Here is when it is required, as well as your available options.

Read: How Nemours Children’s Health System Leverages Video Integration to Deliver Better Patient Care

How Nemours Children’s Health System Leverages Video Integration to Deliver Better Patient Care

In addition to traditional security and monitoring functions, Nemours Children’s Hospital uses its video management platform to deliver unique services to the radiology and cardiology units, behavioral health clinics, perinatal care and more.

Read: Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.

Read: Student with Autism Dies After Crashing Golf Cart on Campus

Student with Autism Dies After Crashing Golf Cart on Campus

The family of the 15-year-old El Modena High School student has been given conflicting accounts of the incident, according to their attorney.

Read: Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Researchers are studying ways to prevent children with autism from wandering away, which is a risk many parents have experienced.

Read: Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Safety officers at Loyola University Medical Center are being praised for helping a man who became aggressive due to a paradoxical reaction to a medication.

Read: Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

The 13-year-old died two days after he lost consciousness while being physically restrained by a staff member at Guiding Hands School.

Read: 2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

Surveillance video shows the two teachers dragging the 7-year-old student, who has autism, to the school office after misbehaving on the playground.

Read: ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

A Kentucky school resource officer was videotaped handcuffing two students with disabilities as a punishment for acting out in class.

School Beating Sends Autistic Boy to Hospital

A male student with autism was sent to the hospital after being severely beaten in his school cafeteria by another student, according to the boy’s parents.

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