A collaboration to advance
understanding of neurodevelopment & neurodiversity

About

 
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Neurodevelopmental 


Neurodevelopmental conditions -  like Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Intellectual Disabilities -  are overlapping, but they are usually researched and managed separately by clinicians. 

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Neurodiversity

Neurodevelopmental conditions can be conceptualised as 'neurodiversity', which aims to appreciate the strengths associated with these conditions and focus on the contributions of neurodivergent people to research and wider society.

Giving a Lecture

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We are an  interdisciplinary group - of university researchers, clinicians, neurodivergent people, and third sector organisations - working together towards a step-change in understanding and improving the lives of neurodivergent people.

The 'Central Hub'

Punit

Shah

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Christopher Jarrold

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Lucy Livingston

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Ginny

Russell

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Emily

Taylor

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Elisabeth Von Dem Hagen

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Catherine Jones

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Sue

Leekam

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Esther Walton

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Doretta Caramaschi

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Kate

Langley

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Elinor

Jones

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Media

 

Events

  • What is Neurodiversity, Really?
    University of Bath
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    Are There Really Any Autism Related Impairments?
    LMU
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    Neurodisability vs Neurodiversity: Finding a way forward
    Location is TBD
  • Cheltenham Literature Festival: When Dystopia Becomes Reality - Life Under Lockdown
    Online Event; Link TBD
  • Alexithymia & Interoception in Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Online Webinar
  • British Psychological Society Neil O’Connor Award Talk: Characterising Compensation in Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Online Webinar
 

Want to Join Us or Participate in our Research?

Whether you're an academic keen to get involved in research, a third party organisation excited to collaborate with us, or a neurodivergent person looking to find out more and participate in our research, we want to hear from you.

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