Foundations for Divergent Minds: Year End & Future Goals & More | December 31, 2021

Foundations for Divergent Minds

Foundations for Divergent Minds: Year End & Future Goals

The end of a calendar year seems to bring about reflection of the preceding year’s events and hope for what can be accomplished in the coming year. As an organization, the Foundations for Divergent Minds (FDM) team is utilizing this time to make plans for projects, programs and changes for 2022 that we’re thrilled to share with you, our community. Before we do so, we want to quickly revisit 2021 and highlight several triumphs, disappointments, and lessons learned.


Statement on Rachel Dorsey, SLP and Learn Play Thrive’s plagiarism, appropriation, and erasure of BIPoC Autistic content

Foundations for Divergent Minds (FDM) is a grassroots organization that was founded in 2018 to advance and educate on the Neurodiversity paradigm using a systemized framework. This impactful framework took several years to develop prior to the inception of the organization. It draws upon decades of Autistic and disability practice and activism by our founding board members and the broader Neurodiversity movement. 


Equity and Justice for the Autistic Community

As an all Autistic-run organization, Foundations for Divergent Minds recognizes the disparities for autistic people run deep. 


Neurodiversity is Respect

Disability activists (including neurodiversity activists) are rarely granted the chance to move beyond accommodation.


Neurodiversity is Access

Though it remains imperfect, access is an essential component of neurodiversity.


Find many more articles by Foundations for Divergent Minds to read here >>

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