Month: October 2014

A Parent’s View of Neurodiversity by Sigrid Van Bladel

Neurodiversity encompasses a wide range of neurological differences (be it autism, ADHD, sensory processing challenges, dyslexia or other variations) and means different things to different people. There is a substantial movement within the autism community to promote neurodiversity and have society stop treating autism as a disorder and see it instead it as just one … Continued

How did bullying become a global epidemic?

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. It comes on the heels of the latest UNICEF report tracking violence against children worldwide. Hidden in Plain Sight  is a sobering overview of the many ways that we inflict violence on the young. It is also a timely reminder that adult and peer to peer abuse (bullying) are … Continued