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We are a national organisation of neurodiverse or neurodivergent people. Become a member and access services, support and networks. 

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Our members are autistic, dyslexic, dyscalculic, dysgraphic, Tourettic, dyspraxic, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) plus friends, family and allies.

Society for Neurodiversity

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Peer Support Groups

S4Nd’s peer support groups are run by and for neurodiverse people. The groups offer members mutual support, guidance and the sharing of information.All S4Nd peer support groups are open to...

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Question Mark

Annual members survey

Society for Neurodiversity is a member-led charitable organisation that wants to deliver what our members want, not what we (management board) think you need. The survey questions are based upon...

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Website accessibility

Website accessibility

It was always our intention that S4Nd would be “virtual”. For many neurodivergent people, the idea of having to go somewhere can sometimes be a step too far. Being virtual...

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Clothes makes the man

The making of a logo. "Like it or not, things change. And, sometimes, they are completely unexpected. Like when I got the message that we couldn’t carry on using the...

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Society for Neurodiversity

Members’ Area

Share, learn and connect Share special interests, ask and answer questions, make friends and help build a community in the S4Nd members’ area.

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Online classes

Our online classes are designed to be beneficial for neurodiverse people and are delivered by instructors who are neurodivese themselves. Choose from yoga and tai…

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Diagnosis support

We’re developing a diagnostic support service for people thinking about, or actively seeking, a neurodiversity diagnosis. The service will include information about how diagnostic assessments…

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Right to chose

We’re campaigning to make people are aware of their NHS patient choice rights about diagnosis. Anyone has the right to choose their service provider when…

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Angie Balmer

S4Nd is…

Chief Executive, Angie Balmer, reflects on the principles and inspirations that underpin and shape the Society for Neurodiversity.

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Blog

Blog

Our society blog includes posts from anyone involved in S4Nd. Topics range from personal experiences of reasonable adjustment at work to insider views of special areas of interest such as...

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Online Moot

Events and activities

We run a range of events and activities that offer opportunities to connect with like-minded people. Some events are open to everyone and some are for S4Nd…

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Campaigns

Our campaigns help raise awareness of neurodiversity and highlight issues affecting neurodiverse people. To join in, support or get involved with this important work, get in…

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Services

Services by and for neurodiverse people. We provide a range of members’ services including events and activities, to access join or log in. We also design and deliver services for…

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Understanding Tourette’s

Find out what it's like to be Tourettic first-hand from society member Beth Greenwood. Beth shared her lived experience with other members at one of our online Moots in August...

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Stay Alert - Save Lives

Coronavirus support

During the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic we delivered a Keeping Neurodivergent People Connected (KNPC) service. The service offered support, advice and connection for…

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News

News

News, information and updates Get information about the latest S4Nd activity plus neurodiversity related links, developments and news stories from around the world.   

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