Statement on the 2018 Division of Early Childhood conference

Statement on the 2018 Division of Early Childhood conference

Greetings, We are writing this to regretfully inform you that Foundations for Divergent Minds (FDM) will no longer be presenting at the 2018 Division of Early Childhood (DEC) National Conference in Orlando, Florida this week. Despite being approved via their established, peer-reviewed process, our adherence to all conference guidelines, and meeting every registration, payment, andRead more about Statement on the 2018 Division of Early Childhood conference[…]

Bullying isn’t a Kid Problem

Bullying isn’t a Kid Problem

“Finally, children are exposed to media that so often takes advantage of the “weird” character for a laugh. How many of the gross neighbors, awkward first dates, and annoying classmates in popular media look like neurodivergent kids and their adult counterparts? How many of their abuses occur with laugh tracks in the background?”

Goal This, Not That! Using the IEP to Set the Foundation for Future Success

Goal This, Not That! Using the IEP to Set the Foundation for Future Success

There’s a saying among therapists regarding documentation: “If it’s not documented, it didn’t happen.” Similarly, goals and activities that are set up to be documented will likely be worked on, and those that are not will not. That said, it’s crucial to formulate IEP goals that will support the child’s genuine lifelong success. If youRead more about Goal This, Not That! Using the IEP to Set the Foundation for Future Success[…]