Support Structures Post Diagnosis Neurodiversity Autism ADHD Children Adults

Potential Post-Diagnosis Support Structures For Neurodivergent Children and Adults

February 1, 2024

The Power of Understanding Neurodivergence For neurodivergent individuals, an assessment may be the first step towards understanding their unique brain wiring. A diagnosis may feel like a revelation that provides context to their experiences, behaviours, and interactions with the world. “Diagnosis is the start, not the finish, of the journey” – Hayden. “On the day

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Parenting a Child With ADHD - How To Guide

Parenting a Child with ADHD | Your How-To Guide

January 12, 2024

How do you effectively parent a child with ADHD? If you’re reading this, maybe your child has just received an ADHD diagnosis, or perhaps you suspect your child has ADHD and are considering an ADHD assessment. This can be a challenging time for both the child and the parents or caregivers. It’s a new layer

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Guide to ADHD - Resources

Guide to ADHD | Top Books, Websites, Podcasts and more resources

September 5, 2023

Receiving an ADHD diagnosis after an ADHD Assessment, either for yourself or a loved one, can often be accompanied by a surge of emotions: relief, confusion, curiosity, or even apprehension. One of the best ways to navigate these feelings is through knowledge. Fortunately, there is an abundance of valuable resources on ADHD. Let’s dive into

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Following an ADHD Diagnosis - A Step by Step Guide

Following an ADHD Diagnosis | A Step-By-Step Guide

September 5, 2023

First and foremost, take a deep breath. You might be feeling a whirlwind of emotions after your recent ADHD diagnosis after an assessment, but please know you are not alone. This guide is designed to walk with you, step by step, as you navigate the path ahead. 1. Process Your Emotions It’s natural to feel

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Lights, Camera, Inclusion Celebrating Neurodiversity in Entertainment

Lights, Camera, Inclusion | Celebrating Neurodiversity in Entertainment

August 29, 2023

In a world where media plays a significant role in shaping our perceptions, it’s crucial to ensure that neurodiverse children see themselves accurately and positively reflected on screen. Whether it’s in books, movies, TV shows, or digital content, representation matters. In this blog, we’ll embark on a journey to explore the importance of neurodiverse representation

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Developing Emotional Regulation Skills with Secret Agent Society Gadgets for Neurodiverse Children

Developing Emotional Regulation Skills with Secret Agent Society Gadgets for Neurodiverse Children

December 20, 2021

Every child is different. For Neurodiverse children (like those with ADHD, High Functioning Autism or other developmental differences), managing their emotions – especially their reactions – can seem like an insurmountable challenge. They often react strongly and quickly to a change in routine, new sensation or experience. While it is both important and helpful to

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Empowering Neurodiverse Kids | Building Social Skills with the Secret Agent Society Program

October 6, 2021

Know a child who’s struggling to make friends or keep them? Have you seen them react quickly and strongly to a change in routine? Do they struggle with being overwhelmed by some sensory experiences? Are you concerned they might be being bullied, but not fully understanding it? Changes in routine, new friends, sensory experiences or

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Embracing Neurodiversity The Significance of Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Embracing Neurodiversity: The Significance of Neurodiversity Celebration Week

March 3, 2021

1 in 15 people are neurodivergent, which means that their brains process thoughts, learning, and other “wiring” of the brain differently to majority of the population, who are considered neurotypical. It refers to a variety of processing and learning differences – such as Autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia. In schools, neurodivergent children and teenagers are more likely than other neurotypical students

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