According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), “Societal factors such as bullying, violence, and discrimination heighten health risks for anyone.” Are you seeing similar trends with school-age students in the LGBTQ+ community?
What type of suggestions do you have for school staff working with students in the LGBTQ+ community when they may not agree with the student’s life choice and/or it goes against their religious beliefs?
Why do you think it is difficult for people to buy into what sounds like a very basic premise: equitable access, fairness – what makes that complicated beyond the answer that people have bias?
What is the trajectory of success for students who are diagnosed with eating disorders during their school-age experience? Does one ‘recover’ from an eating disorder or is it considered a life-long battle?