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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
September 21, 2021

Every Kid Needs A Champion - Rita Pierson

Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, “They don’t pay me to like the kids.” Her response: “Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like.'” In this video TED talk, Rita talks about the need for a rousing call to educators to believe in their…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
September 19, 2021

Local Schools See Increase In Violence, Aggression Among Students

Source: wrtv.com | Repost Fight for Life Foundation 9/19/2021 -Mental health professionals and school district leaders are reporting a troubling trend in the classrooms. They say they have noticed an increase in violence and aggression among students.On September 8, a student at North Central High School stabbed a classmate, critically…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
September 15, 2021

Mind Ya Mentals episode #4: Depression and Anxiety

In this episode hosts Tim and Mal discuss the technical definition of depression, go over two of the most prevalent types of depression, and share their own personal stories about how they’ve struggled to combat it. This episode is deep and both hosts are very transparent about their struggles with…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
September 08, 2021

What Stress Does To Your Body

Americans are some of the most stressed-out people in the world. But according to UCSF’s Dr. Elissa Epel, not all #stress is the same.Hint: It’s all about “how” you react to the things that stress you out.Elissa studies stress and how the cells in our body react to it. It…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
September 01, 2021

‘We are in a state of emergency’: What's Behind the Rising Suicide Rate Among Black Kids

Source: WHYY – PBS | Repost Fight for Life Foundation 9/1/2021 -It’s been a tough year for everyone — especially kids. Hospitals across the country have been reporting a surge in mental health crises among children. One children’s hospital in Colorado even declared a “state of emergency,” for pediatric mental…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
August 25, 2021

Check-in & Check-out Assessment Feature Enhancement Update

The video below shows a feature enhancement to the student check-in and check-out assessment and updates that are being made to the data dashboard.Learn more about Building Dreams!

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August 25, 2021

Building Dream Is Ready To Rollout With 12 Partners This Fall

Through our proprietary behavioral health SaaS offering, the Building Dreams App, we provide a complete system developed from the evidence based Multi-Tiered System of Supports model, the resource combines Social Emotional Learning curriculum with Social Emotional Behavioral assessments, Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports, Data Analytics, and communication resources.

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Fight for Life Foundation Indianapolis, IN
August 20, 2021

Let Data Guide Path To Best For Children

Source: The Journal Gazette | Repost Fight for Life Foundation 8/20/2021 -As our schools reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, they are facing unprecedented pressure. Teachers are burned out, administrators are struggling to be fiscally responsible with unprecedented billions in tax dollars, and students are experiencing the most devastating learning loss…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
August 10, 2021

Fight for Life Foundation Receives Grant From The Zotec Foundation

The Zotec Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Zotec Partners (Zotec), a leader in technology-enabled and data-driven healthcare revenue cycle solutions to optimize patient and provider financial experiences, announces grants totaling $500,000 to Indiana nonprofits serving youth. The foundation provided 20 grants totaling $25,000 each to organizations focused on mentoring, healthy…

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Fight for Life, Indianapolis, IN
August 10, 2021

When School Nurses Are Not Enough

Source: The New York Times | Repost Fight for Life Foundation 8/10/2021 -School children have had an especially challenging time navigating the tedious months of the pandemic, with recent reports showing that students fell four to seven months behind in math and reading compared to previous years, and with the…

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