Support & advice for parents on Neurodiversity

‘Neurodiversity’ is an umbrella term which is used to describe people who have brains and thinking styles which work in a slightly different way to ‘neurotypical’ people.


It includes a wide range of differences such as:

  • Autism
  • ADHD
  • Dyspraxia,
  • OCD,
  • Tourette’s Syndrome
  • Literacy and numeracy difficulties

More information about supporting your Neurodiverse child can be found in the Neurodevelopment Family Resource Pack produced by the Essex Family Forum.

Support and guidance around Mental health & Wellbeing can be found here.
 

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