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Neurodiversity Celebration Week 21 – 27 March 2022

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Mar 23 2022

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.

It aims to transform how neurodivergent individuals are perceived and supported by providing schools, universities, and organisations with the opportunity to recognise the many talents and advantages of being neurodivergent, while creating more inclusive and equitable cultures that celebrate differences and empower every individual.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week aims to bring about worldwide neurodiversity acceptance, equality and inclusion in schools and workplaces.

Our library service has recommended some books you might find helpful if you are neurodiverse or know someone who is. The books provide information and advice, support for living well, and personal stories. So get your library card ready!

You can find more in our branches or have a look at our ebooks/eaudio here.

Beautiful Minds - London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham - OverDrive

We also have academic databases that you can search to find high quality information from medical professionals:

Access to Research | Access to Research

Oxford Reference - Answers with Authority

If you don't already have a library card, you can register for one here.

You can also access the following:

Neurodiversity Week in the workplace

Articles | Neurodiversity Week

The BMJ

The BMJ is one of the world's oldest general medical journals and has been publishing since 1840.

The BMJ: browse by volume/issue, medical specialty or clinical topic | The BMJ

NHS

https://patient.info/

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