Neurodiversity is the concept that acknowledges and celebrates the natural variations in how our brains work. It encompasses conditions such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and more. Instead of viewing these differences as disorders, neurodiversity promotes the idea that each person's unique brain wiring is a valuable and essential part of our human diversity. It encourages acceptance, understanding, and support for individuals with a wide range of cognitive and neurological traits, fostering a more inclusive society.

 An enlightening event on neurodiversity holds on Saturday, the 13th of April 2024 at 10am where we'll explore neurodiversity from a Christian viewpoint. We believe that understanding and celebrating the uniqueness of God's creation, including neurodiverse individuals, is vital to living out our faith.

Some of the points to be covered during the event includes:

Practical Inclusivity: "Discover how to better connect with and make a friendly, inclusive space for friends and loved ones who may have neurodiverse characteristics."

Personal Stories: Hear firsthand experiences from those within our community. Understand the joys and challenges of embracing neurodiversity.

Outreach: Discover how we can extend God's love to the wider neurodiverse community, and much more.

To register for this event, please click on the link below. Remember, admission is FREE, but registration is required, to aid preparation for the event.