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  • Excellence in Collaboration

    Friday, July 7, 2017

    Teri is recognized for her collaboration with many from the Wheeling area, and throughout the state, who contribute to the medical home model for children with special health care needs. Specifically, Teri works seamlessly with social workers and nurses who are part of the CSHCN team. She is personable, considerate, and passionate about her work!

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  • Trainee Success

    Friday, July 7, 2017

    Thanks to her great experiences through LEND at the CED’s intensive Autism Services Delivery (iASD) Clinic, Jess had a job waiting for her at graduation!

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  • TBI Trainee Nick Davidson Wins Sports Ethics Contest

    Friday, July 7, 2017

    Nick’s project “The End of the BCS Era” was awarded the Bud Bolton Center for Sport Ethics Award. The project focused on how the end of the BCS era and beginning of the college football playoff has brought about social and ethical issues as well as moral obligations within the media. Nick and a partner presented the project in front of faculty and students for his master’s in sport management program.

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  • Stories Needed on the Impact of Potential Medicaid Cuts

    Tuesday, June 20, 2017

    The WVU CED is joining with our state partners to collect stories from you about how the potential Medicaid cuts may effect you and your family. These stories would be useful to share with policy makers to illustrate how their discussions and actions impact local families. Help us put real faces on the issue and tell lawmakers exactly what the devastating implications will be if Medicaid funding is cut or capped.

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