Neurodiversity refers to variations in the workings of the human brain and encompasses a range of conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and various types of cognitive and learning differences.
While previously thought of as a disability, neurodiversity is now understood to be simply a difference in brain functions which presents a range of advantages and benefits.
Based on the social model of disability, and taking a strengths-based perspective, this course explores neurodiversity simply as a type of human variation.
We explore common traits, characteristics, preferences, differences and strengths, and look at ways employers, service providers, families and the wider community can better understand and support neurodiverse individuals.
- Understanding neurological variation
- Thinking, learning and social difference
- Difference vs disability
- Benefits, advantages and strengths
- Barriers, challenges and support needs
- Inclusive environments and services
- Person-centred approaches
- Communication tools
- Innovations and opportunities
This course includes
- Engaging, up-to-date materials.
- Take-home reference package and free online resources.
- All day catering and beverages - with dietary needs catered for.
- Post-course contacts for help and advice.
- Certificate of attendance.
Suite 9, 150 Hay Street
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Our venue is wheelchair accessible, including toilets. However, if you have any special access needs or would like any support or adaptations to make learning easier for you, please let us know.
We offer a small number of scholarships to those who would otherwise be unable to afford to attend.
Scholarship recipients pay a nominal fee of $35 toward catering and materials.