Neurodiversity Week 2024

18 - 24 March

Celebrate Neurodiversity by building awareness and support!

Neurodiversity is an umbrella term to include a range of neurological differences that impact the way individuals process information and communicate differently.

Although every neurodifference has a set of traits that are used for diagnosis, every neurodivergent individual has a unique set of strengths and challenges.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is an opportunity to build awareness as well as discover help and guidance.

The organisers offer a programme of free events on key topics delivered by inspirational speakers across a range of backgrounds and professions.

You can sign up for as many sessions as you like and receive a recording if you are unable to make the live session.

If you suspect you may be neurodivergent yourself or know or manage individuals who are then these events are invaluable!

This image displays a programme of events for NeuroDiversity Celebration week. Click on the limage ot link to a website with full programme detials

Click on image to download an interactive programme

IS Support for Neurodiversity

The Templeman Library welcomes and considers the needs of all our users. If you are neurodivergent or support those with neurodiversity then check out these resources:

We will also be hostingĀ  Neurodiversity Cafes for University of Kent staff on Friday 22 March. These are in-person events at both Canterbury and Medways campuses.

Join us in the Templeman Library, DG02 12:30 – 14:00, or at Pilkington Building PK124 at 13:00-14:00!










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