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  • Center for Excellence in Disabilities launches new program for children with developmental and behavioral disorders

    Friday, November 9, 2018

    The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities (WVUCED) is expanding its programming to offer a new program, Behavior and Learning Intervention Services (BLIS). This program will help children ages 18 months to 21 years old to build communication, daily living, and play skills while decreasing challenging behaviors like tantrums, aggression and self-injury.

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  • DreamCatchers music therapy and musical theatre program Spring registration

    Thursday, November 8, 2018

    DreamCatchers is a music therapy & musical theatre program for children of all abilities. The program provides children and teens ages 5-18 the opportunity to participate in an extra-curricular musical theatre experience in an exciting, safe, and supportive environment for self-expression at low cost to families.

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  • October Grand Rounds

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018

    Migraine: disease overview, unique considerations for underserved populations, and the WVU Headache Center

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  • WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities develops collaborative to address neonatal abstinence syndrome service challenges

    Wednesday, September 5, 2018

    Earlier this year WV DHHR Cabinet Secretary, Bill J. Crouch, described West Virginia as being in the midst of a “child welfare crisis and the prevalence of NAS [neonatal abstinence syndrome] is at the forefront of our issues.” The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities  (WVUCED) is seeing the impact that NAS has on developmental outcomes of children and has received funding to target barriers and address health concerns for children, their parents and their families.

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