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1. Special Education And Pre-School Programs For Boyle County Schools, Danville, Ke
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Enter Password: Special Education and Pre-School Boyle County Schools provides a wide range of special education services including classes for the learning disabled, mild mentally disabled, functionally mentally disabled, home bound, speech and language disabled, as well as other areas of disability for ages 3 through 21. We strive to meet the individual needs of all students by making accommodations to the learning environment. This enables each child to achieve success through various modes of learning. Select an area Whom to Contact? Special Education Enrollment Requirements Pre-School Program Preschool Eligibility 352 North Danville By-Pass * Danville, Kentucky * Phone: (859) 236-6634 * Fax: (859) 236-8624 Last Modified April 2, 2003

2. Programs And Services For Boyle County Schools, Danville, Kentucky
are recognized as kentucky Department of Education special needs, Boyle County schools provides a wide range of services including classes for the learning disabled, mild
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Enter Password: Middle and high school students rehearse a medley of popular music from the '50's and '60's, "Whole Lot A Faintin' Goin' On," as part of the choral music program serving the two schools. Community Education After School Programs Boyle County Schools Programs and Services Boyle County Preschools are recognized as Kentucky Department of Education Resource Classrooms. The preschool program serves children ages three and four. An early childhood curriculum provides a quality environment fostering cognitive, speech/language, social-emotional, adaptive, and physical development. To visit the Pre-School and Special Education website, click here To read more, click here More about Programs and Services Wilderness Trace Child Development Center serves children ages birth through five with special needs. Services include developmental intervention, speech/language therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy in both home-based and center-based settings.

3. Special Needs Multiplying
People with special needs Down Syndrome Report which, in its 13 years, has raised nearly 3 million dollars for Westchester/Putnam special Olympics and Westchester ARC.

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Sunday, September 26, 1999 Special needs multiplying
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Katie Waynick, 9 shown with mom Billie and sister Alex Fensley, 7 months has a nurse at school with her to help with the tracheostomy tube in her throat. (Yoni Pozner photo) ZOOM In one classroom, students with learning disabilities get extra help from teacher's aides. Down the hall, teachers gently but firmly teach students with severe mental disabilities about sharing, listening and other social skills. Another two doors down, a licensed practical nurse keeps a close eye on a student with a tracheostomy tube. Special education used to be reserved for students with fairly basic and common deficiencies.

4. LearningStation ResourceCenter: Education/Special Education/Schools/Visually Imp
materials, and resources to kentucky students who visually disabled, or emotionallyand learning disabled. school providing for the special educational needs
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Colleges and Universities

  • Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) - Comprehensive education and rehabilitation system serving children and adults who are deaf, blind and multidisabled.
  • Arizona State School for the Deaf and the Blind - A non-profit state agency which specializes in the education of children and youth with hearing or vision loss throughout Arizona.
  • California School for the Blind - Provides comprehensive educational services to students of California who are visually impaired, deaf/blind, and visually impaired/multi-handicapped from infancy through age 21. These services will be provided in order to empower students to lead vocationally, personally, and socially satisfying productive lives leading to their highest level of independence.
  • Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind - Public residential school for students who are sensory impaired.
  • Georgia Academy for the Blind - Georgia's only residential school for the blind. The school also has programs for deaf-blind and multidisabled children.

5. Division Of International Special Education And Services - Exchanges
blind, hearing impaired, cognitively disabled, and have of Louisville, Louisville,kentucky 40292, US schools (both mainstream and special needs), site visits
Exchanges Teacher Exchanges and Links in Four Languages: Department of Education of the State of Georgia, United States The Department of Education of the State of Georgia in the U.S. offers opportunities for teachers and administrators to participate in
Summer Seminars in Spain at various universities . In virtue of the
Memorandum of Understanding with the Georgia Department of
Education, Georgia participants receive a partial scholarship provided by the Education Office and the universities. In addition, the Georgia Department of Education has joint activities

6. Special Needs
435797-2444. CSUSM disabled Student Services youth with special needs in schools, homes, and the Children with special Educational needs in mainstream schools. special Educator's
Standards-Based Reform and Students with Disabilities Back to Spotlight Issues Back to CTEST Home Introduction to the issue Official Documents regarding special needs students Special needs testing in the News Weblinks for further information
Introduction to the Issues Most of the states and many local school districts are actively pursuing the latest educational reform initiative: the use of standards-based reforms. Many of these reforms have high stakes consequences for individual students, educators, or school districts. While there has been much discussion of standards-based reform, little attention has been paid to the participation of students with disabilities in these reforms. The educational policies and practices that focus upon common, standards-driven learning for all students conflict in many respects with policies and practices which promote a highly individualized approach to the education of students with disabilities. The reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the federal law governing special education, now requires that states and school districts include students with disabilities in education reform initiatives. This means that the individualized education program for these students must address issues concerning each student's participation in standards-based reform initiatives. Also, modifications in testing or assessments must be made to address disabilities.

7. Increasing The Participation Of Special Needs Students In NAEP A
Increasing the Participation. of special needs Students. in NAEP Commissioner of Education. State of kentucky. Frankfort, kentucky Enrollment in EnglishLanguage schools

8. KinderStart - Child Development : Special Needs Child : Schools/Organizations
Disabilities Programs The schools on our list are schools for Learning training, assistance,and support to parents of disabled and special needs children.
KinderStart Alta Vista Ask Jeeves Excite Google HotBot GO LookSmart Lycos Webcrawler Adoption Animal Friends Bringing Home Baby Child Development ... Special Needs Child : Schools/Organizations

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The following links are in English

9. 9/5/01 -- A Bad IDEA Is Disabling Public Schools -- Education Week
kentucky, Louisiana, and South Carolina recently reported in the percentage of specialneedsstudents excused their children labeled learning-disabled in order

10. - The Official State Government Site For The
Assembly required kentucky’s public postsecondary schools to waive Informationon kentucky’s adoption program for special-needs children can be adoption subsidies.asp
Commonwealth of Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children Service Regions Agencies What's New Feedback ... Contact Us Help With Adoption Adult Abuse Child Abuse Child Care Services ... Weatherization Assistance CFC Press Release National study lauds Kentucky for adoption subsidies FRANKFORT, Ky. (Sept. 24, 2002)-A recent study cites Kentucky as a national leader in the financial support it provides families who adopt children with special needs from state foster care. The study of adoption subsidy programs by the North American Council on Adoptable Children shows that, in 2001, Kentucky paid the nation’s fourth highest basic monthly adoption subsidy. Only Connecticut, the District of Columbia, and New Hampshire paid higher basic rates for the support of adopted children. The study, entitled “Forever Families: Supports for Families of Children with Special Needs,” also shows that Kentucky ranked behind only Connecticut and Ohio in the basic subsidy amount it paid families who care for foster children. The researchers listed the adoption subsidy rates states paid for an 8-year-old child with special needs, deeming those rates to be typical. In 2001, Kentucky paid a basic adoption subsidy of $600 a month for a child that age-the same amount it would pay to support the child in foster care.

11. Diocesan Outreach Ministry
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Diocesan Outreach Ministry
In order to provide ideas and references, this page offers a directory of online information on diocesan outreach ministries that respond to special needs. Please send additional references to Ralph Spence
Humanitarian Aid African Palms, USA
- the unique mission of turning an African Product (a simple palm cross) into a source of income and humanitarian aid for Africa founded in 1965 - Maryland Dominican Development Group - a partnership of several dioceses for the development of the Dominican Church to further its development and to make the Dominican Church self-sufficient - Western Louisiana Five Talents International - is an initiative seeking to combat poverty in the developing world, equip the poor with business opportunities and affirm the value of work and the dignity of every human being - Virginia
Family Assistance The Children's Mission
- a ministry for city children and their families seeking to enrich children's lives through books, art, music, worship, loving adult attention, table fellowship and pastoral care - Connecticut El Buen Samaritano - seeks to participate with low-income and working poor families in building a sense of community and partnership providing some needed services - Texas Seamen's Church Institute a pastoral outreach to mariners and their families on the Ohio, Cumberland, and Mississippi rivers providing pastoral care for crew and family members and support for projects -

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Tom Lasseter: Reports from Iraq

Herald-Leader reporter Tom Lasseter, 26, arrived in Kuwait on March 10 with members of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell. He is reporting on the division's operations.
Photos from Iraq by Pablo Alcala of the Lexington Herald-Leader
TOP STORY IS HE DEAD? Bombs hit target possibly containing Hussein and sons HERALD-LEADER WIRE SERVICES CITY AND REGION STORIES 'UNITE' to be set up in 29 E. Kentucky counties Frenchburg Mayor Dwain Benson told a group of federal and state leaders yesterday how, with the help of a counselor, he dug himself out of a pit of alcohol and prescription-pill addiction that reached its nadir 16 years ago when he threatened to shoot his new wife and later couldn't remember it. ( By Lee Mueller, EASTERN KENTUCKY BUREAU, 04/08/2003 06:38 AM EDT)

13. The Job List
Impairments; VI Visually Impaired; LD - Learning disabled. Services Churchill Park(current kentucky license required To assist special needs students on an as
Teacher Salary Schedule Administrator Salary Schedule Online Application April 2, 2003 PLEASE NOTE: ALL POSITIONS ADVERTISED IN THE JOB LIST ARE CONTINGENT UPON AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS. Persons interested in the following position(s) should send letter of interest, current resume', copy of appropriate certification if required, and names and addresses of six (6) references to Dr. Diane Ricciardi , Director, Administrator Recruitment and Development, P. O. Box 34020, Louisville, KY 40232-4020 by 4:30 p.m. on the deadline date. Director I -VanHoose Education Center (Family Resource/Youth Service Centers) Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and/or approved equivalent training and experience. Three (3) years successful experience directly related to assignment. Certification/licensure in area of assignment where applicable. Successful leadership experience. Salary schedule II/IV, grade 10, 261 days. Deadline: May 1, 2003. Assistant Director Pupil Personnel - Bridges of Hope Neighborhood Place Those who have applied previously need not re-apply. Minimum qualifications: Master’s Degree in education plus 15 hours in an approved program (specific endorsement for Director Pupil Personnel).

14. Just Give Me Jesus Revivals - Lexington, Kentucky
Lexington, kentucky disabled Parking is located across from theBox Office needed in the following areas Ushers, special needs and Resource
Just Give Me Jesus Lexington, Kentucky Click Here for great hotel options
within easy driving to Rupp Arena Date of Event April 25-26, 2003 Venue Rupp Arena
430 West Vine St.
Lexington, Kentucky
Times Friday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
(Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Saturday 8:30a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(Doors open at 7:00 a.m.) Audience Just Give Me Jesus is designed to be a weekend of refreshing for women. Anyone may attend. Registration Admission is free and no tickets or registrations are required. Directions From Cincinnati, OH
Take I-75 South to Exit 113 (Paris Exit). Turn right at the end of exit ramp onto Paris Road, which turns into Broadway. Follow Broadway in to Downtown, past Main Street. Turn right on High Street. The Parking Lot is to the left; enter at either gate. From Louisville, KY
Follow I-64 East until it joins I-75 South. Take I-75 South to Exit 113 (Paris Exit). Turn right at the end of exit ramp onto Paris Road, which turns into Broadway. Follow Broadway in to Downtown, past Main Street. Turn right on High Street. The Parking Lot is to the left; enter at either gate.

15. KidPower Links Page
Programs Kansas Student Support Services kentucky Division of and Support Christianand disabled Christian Parents of special needs Kids Circle of

16. Welcome To EHPS Online
Day 3 A full day about kentucky education at the state where technology studentsdemonstrated their projects and special needs and disabled pupils showed
Kentucky Itinerary Week 1
Day 1: Our party of ten teachers flew from Newcastle to Louisville via Heathrow and Chicago, arriving at Loiusville airport twenty
-eight hours later. With eighteen other British teachers we were taken to the Loiusville Hilton (Al Capone's favourite haunt), and
luxurious four poster beds after a long tiring journey.
Day 2: We collected our hire cars and in true American style were taken to Sunday lunch, seventy miles away in the country. It was
at a Shaker farm and was well worth the drive.
Dinner was the state speciality......Kentucky fried chicken!
Shaker farm
Out for Sunday lunch Day 3: A full day about Kentucky education at the state capital building in Frankfort, with a welcome from the Commissioner and
talks ranging from special needs, teacher's salaries, education reform, curriculum, technology, assessment and improving
educational progress.

17. IMLS: A Closer Look: Highlights Of The Month: Archives
twenty mentally handicapped and developmentally disabled adults from to librariesset up for special needs patrons. with many other states, kentucky depends on
Highlight for March 2001 Printer Friendly Version Libraries Breaking Down Barriers for Special Needs Patrons
The life-size "Kids on the Block" puppets come with personal stories that are used to teach children about disabilities. From left to right: On the table: Eddy Franklin, Joanne Spinoza, and David Franklin (autism). On the floor: Nicholas Murphy (hemophilia) and Renaldo Rodriguez (visually impaired).
Data collected by the U.S. Bureau of the Census suggest that as many as 20 percent of the American population live with some level of disability and as many as 10 percent have a severe disability. These Americans rely on libraries to provide a range of materials and services to help them meet their information needs. Traditional offerings such as adaptive technology, large print books, books on tape, and books-by-mail are a staple at many libraries. Other libraries have thoughtful programs to help the disabled and the mentally handicapped overcome more basic challenges of self-esteem and integration into everyday society.
Legislative Underpinnings
The Library Services and Technology Act is part of the Museum and Library Services Act of 1996 , the founding legislation for the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

18. Middletown, Kentucky Community Profile
rating from the state of kentucky as a provides a place for learningdisabled students,grade K as a continuing education program for adults with special needs.
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The Middletown education system has a long history of excellence with award winning schools and teachers, technology leading schools, special education programs and School-Based Decision Making Councils at each school.
Offering many oppor-tunities in performing and visual arts, Crosby Middle School focuses on the liberal arts, the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. School programs include the Advance program, the Honors program, Extended School Services, SECME (Science, Engineering, Communication, Mathematics, Excellence), Sports Club Education and a uniform dress code.
The only school in Jefferson County requiring two years of computer credits in order to graduate, Eastern High School is equipped with 15 com-puter labs. School pro-grams include the Advance program, Advanced Place-ment, Honors Program, Minority Scholars, JROTC, Extended School Services, and Computer Arts and Sciences.
Various pre-schools and private Christian schools are also available.

19. Feb 2003 : Autism News,disability News,special EducationnewsUntitled Document
Mistake On Local Autism Coverage kentucky Families 'Outraged'. scene Mother opensdoors for disabled kids. CA Author talks about children with special needs.
Posted 2/27/03 AZ- Autistic offered H.O.P.E. AZ- Passing burden onto disabled kids MN- School psychologists play major role in development of special education students Is there more autism? Or just a new definition? UK- Film-maker scoops prize UK- Measles cases soar NJ- Mother needs new attorney in fight with school district GA- Highland says changes are in the works Epilepsy 'Treatment of Last Resort' Considered Most Effective Posted 2/26/03 NJ- School autism program adapts to each student's needs Canada- Mercury in vaccines blamed for illnesses Parents seek money for autistic children through class-action lawsuits UK- Families in court to claim danger of MMR NY- Putnam device that tracks lost people finds few takers MA- Diagnosing autism CA- Selfless contribution San Marino senior reaches out to children Shots in the Dark Pushing the needle too far: If those anti-vaccine parents are truly the lunatic fringe, why does Eli Lilly need congressional protection? IDEA and school discipline Safe Minds: EPA Children's Health Report, Altered by Bush Administration, Omits Mention of Top Mercury Source from Vaccines ... Bush Medicaid Reform Proposal Threatens Public Mental Health, Say Advocates PA- Bethlehem school board settles lawsuit for $150,000

20. Special Needs
Gifted and Learning disabled. dysnomia, speech disorder, reading difficulties,special education, parenting The kentucky Academy of Technology Education. needs/default.htm
KATE Home Special Needs, Equity, and Diversity Emotional and Social Highly Gifted Learning Disablities Underachievement ... Assistive Technology AT resources, assistance centers, funding info, access Britesparks A site for families and teachers of gifted children with special needs. This site attempts to provide a community atmosphere with on-site resources, documents, children's area, educational resources, links to international organisations, message boards for children and parents. Classroom Problems with Gifted/Creative Children Croydon Opportunity Pre_School Group The Croydon Opportunity Pre-School Group (COPG) run two pre-school groups for children with special needs (medical physical and mental). They are a registered charity. Dabrowski's Overexcitabilities Dabrowski's Overexcitabilities - A Layman's Explanation by Stephanie Tolan Diversity Database definitions, cultural diversity resources, initiatives, news, syllabi, and issue-specific resources regarding gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, and disability Do Gifted Students Have Special Needs?

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