SBF - Special Needs
July 11, 2016
Charges Dropped for Driver, Aide Accused of Leaving Special-Needs Student on Bus Twice

The state attorney says the facts in the case against the Florida driver and attendant who left the same student on the bus twice “do not rise to the level of felony neglect of a child.”

Cascade Student Transportation Aids Special Olympics

Employees of the school bus contractor volunteer to transport Special Olympics athletes for the State Summer Games in Idaho.

Former School Bus Aide Gets Year of Jail for Hitting Special-Needs Student

James Lambert of Florida, who was caught on school bus surveillance video slapping a student with autism in 2014, is sentenced in June to 11 months and 29 days of jail time.

Special-Needs Student Left on School Bus

A second-grade boy in Washington, D.C., is left on his bus in the morning in nearly 90-degree heat. He pries open the bus doors to get out, and a passerby finds him and takes him to school.

Wheelchair Securement Supplier Enters Vehicle Modification Market

AMF Bruns provides wheelchair securement, occupant restraint systems, and associated equipment for the safe transportation of wheelchair passengers.

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