Carnegie Mellon will exercise full, reasonable care to protect the health and safety of faculty, staff and students, will offer on-going education and support services and will take action against cases of discrimination or harassment based on a person's actual or suspected HIV status.Carnegie Mellon University recognizes the serious nature of the public health problems of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and the threat it poses to the campus community.This policy is consistent with and acts in conjunction with applicable federal, state and local laws, including ADA and OSHA standards, as well as university policies relating to harassment, discrimination, workplace accommodation and related university services.
They also feel more comfortable with their clients, have more physical contact, and have improved success compared to those with no training.
Contemporary early childhood teachers are facing new challenges as children who test HIV positive or who have AIDS enter the classroom.
Providing appropriate health care and educational programs for these children is a major concern of teachers.
While the majority of a student’s program should be as closely aligned with the general education curriculum as possible, some accommodations and modifications may be necessary.
Listed below are some suggested ways to aid students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) learn more effectively at home or at school.