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Ayers, A. Jean

(1920-1989) The occupational therapist who developed the original theory and intervention techniques for sensory integration therapy (SIT).
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Ayers has over 40 years' experience in the education field and is currently a Professor Emeritus at The Ohio State University (OSU) in the College of Medicine, Department of Pathology in Columbus, Ohio.
Daniel Ayers, 42, died a week after he was struck by a car in Prescot Road, Old Swan, in October, 2010.
para]]Architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross finds a creative solution to its own business succession, transferring ownership to employees via an ESOP[[/para]]
Generous donors have helped to raise over $15,000 for the Panama City, Florida, family of Steven Justin Ayers, who was killed during the homecoming of his newborn baby.
Merrill Ayers joined FEI in 1987 when he was senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) of Security Pacific Business Credit, based in New York City.
Spirit House welcomes women who seek a safe place where they can tell their stories and process their emotions," explained Ayers, who has served as its executive director since 1995.
In his May 8 guest viewpoint on Bill Ayers, the former Weather Underground leader, Burrows is absolutely correct that a "philosophy of reckless violence as a substitute for moral action and peace" is a "morally corrupt" approach.
Ayers began teaching in 1965 at the age of 20 and taught for over 30 years.
SHROUDED in mist, waterfalls tumble down the sides of Australia's arid Ayers Rock.
If Ayers keeps playing like he did against Washington State, he has a bright future ahead as well.
Based on the real-life story of Nathaniel Ayers (Foxx), a former student at the Juilliard school of music, whose schizophrenia hampers his musical plans so he ends up playing cello on the city streets.
The office is down the block from the company's small quarters at 90 John Street at Gold Street, which the company is keeping open, Ayers said.