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What is Neurodiversity Celebration Week?

This week is Neurodiversity Celebration Week, and with 15 to 20 per cent of individuals being classed as neurodiverse, it’s important to understand what this means. 

The aim is to celebrate the unique differences and strengths of people who are neurodivergent, this can include people with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette’s syndrome, and others. 

What is the aim of the week? 

The idea behind Neurodiversity Celebration Week is to raise awareness of neurological differences.  

Neurodiverse individuals have different ways of thinking, learning, and communicating, which can enrich the world if we create a society that accommodates their needs and values their contributions.  

We must look beyond categorisations and celebrate the unique ways in which people process information and interact with the world.  

The mission for Neurodiversity Celebration Week includes: 

  • Increasing understanding and acceptance 
  • Providing education 
  • Celebrating neurodiversity 

For us caregivers, Neurodiversity Celebration Week is an excellent opportunity to learn more and show our support. At Almond Care, we understand that the only way to support neurodiverse individuals is to raise awareness and challenge any stigmas.  

At Almond Care, we provide tailored care plans – if you need support, contact us today. 


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