UVA professors Mazurek and Davis, in partnership with Mary Baldwin University, will lead the new program designed to improve the health and well-being of children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
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Using a telehealth system called “ECHO,” School of Education and Human Development professors Gail Lovette and Rose Nevill have come up with a way to help the caregivers of children with developmental delays.
A UVA kinesiology professor explains why the presence of certified athletic trainers significantly affects female collegiate student-athletes’ concussion recovery time.
As families, schools and communities start to navigate this phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, we sat down with three youth to understand more about what adults who engage with youth should be thinking about.
Are you considering becoming a K-12 school counselor, but not sure where to begin? Here are four simple steps to get you started.
Four steps to a rewarding, in-demand healthcare profession.
A statewide partnership aims to build a well-connected network of school mental health professionals by pairing graduate trainees with under-resourced school divisions.
Education professors Gail Lovette and Bill Therrien played large roles in this week’s Flint water crisis lawsuit settlement, which provided at least $9 million for special education funding.
Amid a global pandemic and nationwide protests, one UVA research project has forged new virtual connections that bring lessons from civil-rights-era teachers to present-day educators.
Researchers at the School of Education and Human Development believe a simple relationship-building technique designed for classrooms can make a positive impact for families social distancing at home.