Preparing Educators as Leaders

Connie Gentry

Welcome Center Director
Assistant to the Assistant Dean, Administration Staff
Primary office:
785-864-3726
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Rm 208


"For many Hispanic parents, getting help for their autistic children is a challenge. And that often starts with the failure to identify the disorder in the first place, says Jason Travers, an assistant professor in the special education department at the University of Kansas." Read More: http://kcur.org/post/why-are-minorities-diagnosed-autism-lower-rates-whites Tags: #KUSOE #KUSpecialEd
Why Are Minorities Diagnosed With Autism At Lower Rates Than Whites?
Just after picking him up from day care, Wendy Santillan serves her son, Raoul, milk and cookies. Raoul, a 3-year-old with a crew cut and big brown eyes,

Hispanic parents find getting help for kids w/ #autism difficult. Often starts w/ failure to identify: http://t.co/WgdJIX50TO #KUSOE :
KU Athletic Training Program - ALS Ice Bucket Challenge KU Athletic Training Program students and Dr. Phil Vardiman participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.


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