Wow! Launch day! This has been in the works for several months. We are so proud of the content we are curating for you in your endeavors to support neurodiverse individuals. Be sure to find out who we are.
As collaborators we are working to provide you with information via short courses that give you a lesson in less than 15 minutes (so even if you're waiting in the car pickup line you can still get some learning in). We are working on many partnerships to bring you passionate, practical, and progressive information to help you on your mission to support neurodiverse individuals.
What is neurodiversity? According to Psychology Today:
Neurodiversity refers to the idea that neurological differences, such as those seen in autism or ADHD, reflect normal variations in brain development. Neurodiversity is often contrasted with the “medical model,” which views conditions such as autism or ADHD as disorders to prevent, treat, or cure.
We don't see neurodiversity as a thing to "overcome", but a thing to embrace. We see the adults in a child's life as needing to learn more about the child's brain in order to support that brain difference. That's why we're called "Change Starts Here" because change starts with us. Not the child. We learn and grow and change to better support this individual on their journey with brain differences. We need to learn to see the beauty in this difference so we can encourage kids to feel empowered.
Are you ready? Are you ready to create change? We will help you on your journey by providing a sense of community via our email list, Facebook group, and weekly support group. We will also run campaigns to raise awareness about different aspects of neurodiversity and how you can advocate for it in your area. We will also continue to release courses with a 30-day access pass as we work to bring you awesome content from many different experts. Be sure to subscribe to our email list to get updates on resources, courses, live trainings, blog posts, giveaways, and more!
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