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Society for Neurodiversity

Empowering, connecting & campaigning

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.

When you become a member of the Society for Neurodiversity, you gain access to the community area of our website – a safe, private space where you can share interests, ask and answer questions, make friends and help build our online community. To access become a member or log in

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Featured : Right to Choice

Image of the S4Nd guide right to choice in mental health neurodevelopmental conditions

People still being denied “Right to choose” their service provider for diagnostic assessments

At S4Nd, we’re currently working hard on our ongoing campaign to raise awareness of how “Patient Choice” is still not being applied to Neurodevelopmental diagnostic assessments. Here’s our latest press release, which went out to a selection of national and regional media. We’re also sharing it on social media as it contains links to our newly published guide for individuals to use if they encounter similar problems. Here’s the release in full:

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Right to Choice

Right to choice in mental health – Neurodevelopmental Conditions. This is S4Nds guide to Patient Choice regulations – based upon the Patient Choice chapter in NHS Law and Practice written by David Lock QC and Hannah Gibbs.

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Non-violent Communication

NVC also known as Compassionate Communication, fosters compassion and understanding in our interactions with family, friends, workmates and ourselves.  Based on the work of Marshall…

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Creative

We run a range of creative activities that offer opportunities to connect with like-minded people. All the activities are designed and planned by members. To access…

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Peer support

Peer support can be defined as giving and receiving help. It is founded on the principles of respect, shared responsibility and a mutual agreement of…

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News & Information

News & information Find out more Celebrating neurodiversity. Every day. S4Nd on Twitter Society for Neurodiversity (S4Nd) 4 days ago @Morrishlaw Do you offer a…

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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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Community Area

When you become a member of the Society for Neurodiversity, you gain access to the Community area of our website – a safe, private space…

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Mindful movement

Find out more about Mindful Movement at the Society for Neurodiversity including our Yoga and Tai Chi classes.

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Moots

Socialise, share information and get to know one another at one of our moots. Find out more.

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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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Therapeutic

We run a range of therapeutic activities that offer opportunities to connect with like-minded people. All the activities are designed and planned by members. To access…

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Social

We provide a range of social activities which are designed by and for neurodiverse people. Find out more.

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News

News All the lates news from S4Nd Celebrating neurodiversity. Every day. Get information about the latest S4Nd activity plus neurodiversity related links, developments and news…

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