Developmental Disabilities

Angelman Syndrome

Angelman Syndrome

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Angleman Syndrome (AS) is a neuro-genetic disorder that occurs in 1 in 15,000 live births. AS is often misdiagnosed as cerebral palsy or autism. Characterisis of AS include: developmental delay, lack of speech, seizures, and walkng and balance disorders. Individuals with Angelman Syndrome will require Life-long care.

Behavioral and Developmental Issues

Hyperactivity
Laughter and Happiness
Mental Deficiency and Developmental Testing
Autism and Related Traits
Speech and Language
Communication
Sleep Disorders
Sexuality

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From 1989 - 1996 Dr. Turben was Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at John Carroll University. In addition to teaching Teach Education and Early Childhood-Special Education courses, she supervised masters and post-baccalaureate programs that lead to the PreK, Kindergarten, and Early Education of Handicapped Children validations. She has done research concerning the effectiveness of home visits, the importance of neighborhoods as social structures and parent involvement in schools.
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