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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 anyone who identifies as neurodiverse. Groups are held monthly on Sundays using Zoom and take place from 2.30-4pm. They follow the same principles as the Moots
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 what some of our members have told us, but S4Nd wants to make sure everyone has an opportunity to have their say.
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 gives people better access – the members area is available to use 24 hours a day. Geography is not a barrier to the virtual world, so it does not matter that we are based in Calderdale. Being virtual means we can reach far more people and create a dedicated, safe space for people to connect through shared interests.
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RT @Saraheboon: Being neurodivergent means I spend most of my weekends doing all the executive function stuff I didn't have the energy for…Read More
RT @NaoiseDolan: I’m autistic and I have ADHD. Like many girls, I went unsupported and grew up hating myself because of ableism and medical…Read More
RT @QueerlyAutistic: Autism Awareness is: "I am aware that you are doing this thing because you're autistic, so instead of shouting at you…Read More
RT @commaficionado: "I'm autistic" "But you're nothing like my nephew" Must be great to be related to his royal highness the Archduke of…Read More
Says it all really. Become a member at #AutismPride180621 #ActuallyAutistic https://t.co/AHAvErae51Read More
RT @DanielleDurrans: These adverts really get my back up, guilt tripping the public whilst the dept that put it out Def couldn't look them…Read More
@educationgovuk Why do create barriers to #apprenticeships with insisting that people have Maths and English? This disadvantages people with #ADHD and #LearningDisabilities and #Dyslexic people.Read More
RT @JonJonesSnr: According to OFSTED it’s safe for teachers to go to school. An interesting viewpoint, given that they’ve decided that it’…Read More
RT @DrGirishPsych: Great to see a large number of participants in the Employment Task and Finish Group of the @YorksHumbODN . Looking forwa…Read More