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Contributors to the S4Nd blog cover all aspects of neurodivergent life from a personal perspective. Topics range from individual experiences to professional challenges to musings on areas of special interest.

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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 logo. It had a stock photo of the rainbow infinity symbol and, according to conventional wisdom, that wasn’t something that was acceptable to use in an organisations logo so it had to go.”

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Neurodiversity

Neurodiverse yoga

Hi, I’m Sally SJ Brown from Bikebuddha Yoga. I’m an academic researcher, writer and editor and yoga teacher based in the north of England.

Since completing my 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2018 my goal has been to bring accessible, inclusive yoga to underserved people and places. That includes inner-city communities, more mature groups, wheelchair users – and neurodiverse people.

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S4Nd is…

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

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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 the second world war.

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