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50 Years of ERIC
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Melville, Craig A.; Hamilton, Sarah; Miller, Susan; Boyle, Susan; Robinson, Nicola; Pert, Carol; Hankey, Catherine R. – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2009
Background: Carers can have a significant impact supporting people with intellectual disabilities to make healthy lifestyle choices. This study examines carers' training needs on diet and physical activity. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was undertaken of the knowledge and perceptions of carers supporting adults with intellectual disabilities.…
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Physical Activities, Mental Retardation, Knowledge Level
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Van Leeuwen, James M.; Boyle, Susan; Salomonsen-Sautel, Stacy; Baker, D. Nico; Garcia, J. T.; Hoffman, Allison; Hopfer, Christian J. – Child Welfare, 2005
This article reports on results of a one-day public health survey conducted in six states by homeless youth providers to measure and compare risk factors between lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) homeless youth and non-LGB homeless youth. This article intends to inform the child welfare field on existing gaps in services and areas where more…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Identity, Homeless People, Youth
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Boyle, Susan – Journal of Reading, 1971
Descriptors: Educational Problems, Federal Aid, Inservice Teacher Education, Program Design
Geiger-DuMond, Adrianne H.; Boyle, Susan K. – Training and Development, 1995
The process used by Douglas Aircraft in implementing their mentoring program identified the following success factors: (1) identify high-performance employees; (2) introduce them to the mentoring process; (3) match high performers with executives; and (4) have the mentor and mentoree determine goals for the relationship. (JOW)
Descriptors: Adults, Management Development, Mentors, Organizational Climate