Information for Grant Seekers The ADEAGies Foundation provides grants to improve the oral health of the public through the support of dental education institutions; the encouragement of lifelong learning; and the recognition of scholarly achievement, professional ethics and values, and publications in dental education and research. Three to five proposals may be funded annually. Grant support ranges up to $25,000 and may be a one-time grant or funding provided for up to four years. The ADEAGies Foundation has two funding cycles per year, with deadlines of March 1 and September 1.
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American Juvenile Justice System - Wiki The American Juvenile Justice System is made up of a network of juvenile courts across the country. A juvenile court (or young offender's court) is a court that has special authority to try and pass judgments for crimes committed by children or adolescents who have not yet attained the age of majority. In judicial systems today, children and adolescents who commit a crime are treated differently from legal adults who have committed the same crime. History Chicago juvenile justice reformer Mary Bartelme has been described as the single most important person in the first 25 years of the Cook County Juvenile Court, the first juvenile court established in the United States. Feds Bolster High Risk Insurance Funds In Two States Short Takes On News & Events By Phil Galewitz December 22nd, 2011, 4:51 PM The federal government this month increased funding to New Hampshire and California to make sure their new high-risk pools that provide coverage to uninsured people with pre-existing condition don’t run out of money before 2014. Because nationwide enrollment has been far less than expected, overall federal funding for the program established under the health overhaul appears plentiful– $5 billion was set aside and less than $500 million has been spent in the first 16 months.
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News About Clinical Trials — National Organization for Rare Disorders NORD shares information about opportunities to participate in clinical trials so that patients and their physicians may decide whether specific studies are appropriate for them. We do not endorse or recommend participation in any specific clinical trials. The following is a brief sampling of current studies. For more comprehensive information about opportunities to participate in research, go to www.clinicaltrials.gov. Restraint and abuse: Time to get information out before more kids die A Wisconsin girl died after after being restrained at a mental health facility. Her crime: blowing bubbles in her milk and moving during a time-out. An Arkansas girl was suspended from school because she refused to go into a small isolation box that was locked at top and bottom. In Colorado, children were locked in a seclusion room and forced to sit in their own urine because they weren’t allowed bathroom breaks. One child in a lock-down room injured himself and was left covered in blood. Other students were denied food.