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Infertility: not just a female condition

Infertility is not just female

By Landon Trost, MD

Infertility is a Couple Issue

Meeting Preparation: What you need to know about what you need to know (continued)!

Vol. 1, No. 8 April 29, 2015

[NOTE: REGISTER for Brice's Webinar on May 6, 2015 from 7:30-8:30 PM EST] 
Let’s say the IEP Fairy did not arrive and sprinkle FAPE dust on everything you wanted the school to change or add to the IEP.[1]

Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Helluv A Day: Yet Another Infertility Stressor

Webinar: Dr. Mark Perloe RE from GA -REGISTER

Mark Perloe, MD of Georgia Reproductive Specialists is our guest speaker

REGISTER  HERE

Bring your questions for Dr. Perloe. The topic is "How to Know if Your Uterus is Receptive for Implantation." 

Male Prolactin and Hyperprolactinemia

Normal Prolactin
Abnormal Prolactin
Male Prolactin

Male ProlactinMale Prolactin and Hyperprolactinemia

Chanel L. Bonds, Laura E.A. Simon, Stephen E. Hudson, Andrew K. Lee, and William E. Roudebush
Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville
Greenville, South Carolina, USA

Case Introduction

What you need to know about what you need to know!

The Elephant in the room

Our last article talked about arguments in the legal sense and how we came to have a particular set of rules and procedures for making formal legal arguments. The article also talked about how to apply the principles of those rules when we “make our case” during Team meetings with the school. Several parents and advocates called or sent email messages to me about the article. Some asked follow-up questions. Some asked for an example of how to apply the principles in real life.

Advocacy: Applying the Formula

REGISTER for Special Education: Apply the Formula to a Dispute or Argument on Apr 22, 2015 7:30 PM EDT 

When parents make a request to an IEP Team, they present an argument for or against a service, a change in services or a difference of opinion on some aspect of their child’s education. In other words – a dispute.

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