Neurodiversity - Exclusionary Environment Feedback Letter and Information.

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This three page resource has been created as a way to start a conversation about neurodiversity with spaces that are exclusionary. If your child or a child you care for is struggling to partake in an activity or service because of the environment (too loud, lots of noise, expectations and nonacceptance of 'behaviours'), then you can simply print off and anonymously put this in a suggestion box, post it, email it or use it while having a face to face discussion.

There is a basic explanation of neurodiversity to help bring awareness, and some practical tips on making a space more inclusive to bring action.

This resource can also be used in conjunction with series 1 and 2 educational graphics if further education is required.

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