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An End of Year Message from Sam
Suddenly it’s the end of the school year! I’m not sure how that happened, but I want to thank all of
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Inclusion and Acceptance are the Most Effective Autism “Therapies”
The constant need to label and pathologize everything Autistics do is part of what makes people see them and treat
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Spotlight on Bradford Elementary School
Bradford Elementary School in Vermont has been a Changing Perspectives partner for 3 years. In fact, this school was one
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We Need Your Help to Keep Growing
We’re on a mission to cultivate empathy, but we need your help to keep growing! Recognizing and embracing differences is
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How Does Empathy Work? A Writer Explores the Science and Its Applications
Depending on your point of view, Cris Beam’s “I Feel You: The Surprising Power of Extreme Empathy” might seem either
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Is Your Child a Phone ‘Addict?’
On the heels of two large Apple investors urging the company to address kids’ phone addiction, many parents may be
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Meet Sam Starr, Social Worker, Gildersleeve School
As Changing Perspectives continues to grow and implement our curriculum into more schools, we’re thrilled to get to know more
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Meet Willa Lane, 11th Grader, U-32
Willa Lane is currently an 11th grade student at U-32 High School. She lives in East Montpelier, VT and hopes
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How Empathy Affects Learning, And How To Cultivate It In Your Students
We now recognize empathy as the driving force behind much of human behavior, from social bonding and prenatal care to
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Anxiety in Teens – How to Help a Teenager Deal With Anxiety
Anxiety can be tough for anyone to deal with, but add in the whirlwind of changes that come with adolescence,
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