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Tagged with: neurodiversity


Visible Festival

VISIBLE is a project launched by the Norfolk and Norwich SEND Association for 2022 and beyond. The first Neurodiversity Festival will take place at The Forum in Norwich on October 21st and 22nd. “Together, we can influence change countywide. Together we can listen and we can learn. Together we can be heard and we can be VISIBLE!” “During the festival we have a range of guests who will host discussions and workshops. You can click here to see who will…


Parent Carer drop-in sessions

Parent Carer drop-in sessions hosted by Suffolk Family Carers for those who have children with Autism, ADHD or Sensory Processing Difficulties. Claydon Starting Tuesday 10th May and then every 2nd Tuesday of the month. The drop-ins will run from 10am until 12 noon at Suffolk Family Carers, Unit 9, Hill View Business Park, Claydon. Felixstowe Starting Monday 28th March and then every 4th Monday of the month. The drop-ins will run from 12:30pm until 2:30pm in the Hadwen Room at…

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Suffolk Family Carers: parent carer survey

A message from Suffolk Family Carers: “In the coming months we will establish peer support groups and workshops for parents and carers of children and young people with neurodevelopmental difficulties.” “To ensure we meet the needs of parents and carers we would be grateful if you could help us understand the formats that work best for you.” “The information you provide is collected anonymously and we have no way to link your responses back to you.” Neurodevelopmental difficulty is an overarching term to describe…

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Inside The Autistic Mind

Inside The Autistic Mind: a new BBC series with Chris Packham BBC Studios is making a new series with Chris Packham about the lived experience of autism for BBC Two. If you’re autistic and would like to take part, please tell a little bit about yourself. You can fill in the form by clicking this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/send/u98539434 If you have accessibility issues that prevent you from completing the form, please get in touch via autismseries@bbc.co.uk and we can make alternative arrangements.

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