Neurodiversity is inclusive of a range of conditions, including:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism (ASD)
- Tourette Syndrome
With a strong belief that inclusion needs to start at a young age, we encourage parents and schools to engage with Neurodiversity Celebration Week and to take this opportunity to start a conversation with the young people around them. The earlier in life that we can understand that differences are a good, no, a great thing and not something to make us feel uncomfortable, the better the outcomes, not just for the neurodiverse, but for all of society.
A huge range of resources is available via the Neurodiversity Celebration Week website. Share the resources, start the conversations! Neurodiversity is a vital thing for our community and should always be celebrated.