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Sandy Support Events: Community Health Law Project staff will provide another day of free legal clinic for Sandy affected families and individuals.
Orientation for the MRN Time Bank: a network of individual, organizational and business 'members' that provide services, track and bank their hours and then spend those hours to get their own needs met.
Onsite baseline concussion testing will be available for all athletes 10 years of age and older during the lecture.
Shining the Light on Epilepsy
The findings in a recent study suggest that naturally occurring parent-to-parent rapport may be a useful tool for addressing the unmet mental health needs and improving the long-term caregiving abilities of this population, the authors write.
Research teams from Rutgers University’s Institute for Families at the School of Social Work and Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness at the Earth Institute are leading the Sandy Child and Family Health study.
Two-year Program Expected to Train 500 Teachers in Storm-impacted Counties
Under the new law, individuals with disabilities age 24 and younger will no longer be allowed to work for less than the federal minimum of $7.25 per hour unless they first receive pre-employment transition services at school and try vocational rehabilitation services.