Our vision is a society that recognizes the importance of neurodiversity and amplifies the strengths as well as provides accessibility to all neurotypes.
We believe that it is crucial for society to create neurodiverse friendly homes and schools that support all neurotypes.
We dream of a world where representation is omnipresent. A place where a neurodivergent child can find and connect with wonderful role models, of people who leveraged their differences and succeeded.
Being able to embrace diversity in all its forms is a key aspect of life in the 21st century.
We are an educational platform focused on awareness, advocacy and capacity building for parents and schools.
We believe that achieving this vision is a process, a journey if you will, and those willing to set out will need good guides, spaces to rest and reflect and good information about where they are going and what is possible.
OUR PROJECTS AND SERVICES
We believe that students are resilient, talented and diverse.
We provide workshops and trainings for high school and university students around Strengths-Based Approaches, Executive Functioning, Brain-based Learning and Social-Emotional and Ethical Learning.
Parents are a wellspring of hope, motivation and inspiration for neurodiverse students.
Our workshops are aimed at empowering parents with the skills needed to provide appreciation, connection and encouragement in the homefront.
Diversity in the classroom includes differences in the way students’ brains learn, or neurodiversity.
We help schools be neurodiverse-friendly through our yearlong programs, workshops and teacher trainings. Making education work for different types of brains.
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The Neurodiversity Academy is aimed at anyone supporting a neurodivergent person and at self supported neurodivergent persons, looking for knowledge, tools and strategies to be more effective. We believe that it is crucial for society to create neurodiverse friendly homes and schools that support all neurotypes.
Courses are aimed at teachers, school administrators, mentors, parents, students and young adults navigating through life and education in the hope of creating and supporting more successful outcomes for a wide range of neurodiverse people, often including themselves. Each course will have clear information about the specific target group, as well as the aims of the course.
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Needing support to provide neurodiversity-friendly settings? Connect with us to find out how we can support you.