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Social Opportunities for Neurodiverse 10 - 16  Year Olds

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Wellbeing Support for Neurodiverse 12 - 18 Year Olds Struggling to Attend School

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SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR NEURODIVERSE 10-16 YEAR OLDS & THEIR FAMILIES

Tackling social isolation experienced by neurodiverse young people and their families

The Together Project aims to address the isolation that many neurodiverse young people and their families experience. The project encompasses support for parent/carers as well as young people to strengthen relationships and understanding of neurodiversity.

Providing engaging activities and social opportunities

The Together Project has been designed by neurodiverse young people for neurodiverse young people and focuses on providing fun and engaging social activities, outings and events. 

Embracing neurodiversity and empowering young people

The Together Project empowers young people to be themselves and embrace neurodiversity. We provide a no pressure environment where young people feel comfortable and can go at their own pace.

Access to a sensory safe space

We provide a dedicated Sensory Safe Space where young people can take some time out, minimise or seek out sensory stimulation to help them feel calm. We provide a range of resources including a dark den, tactile sensory aids, fidget toys and ear defenders that young people can access at any time.

No need for a formal diagnosis

We understand firsthand that it can take a long time to receive a formal diagnosis and there is a need for support before this happens. We welcome young people with or without a diagnosis.

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WELLBEING SUPPORT FOR NEURODIVERSE 12-18 YEAR OLDS STRUGGLING TO ATTEND SCHOOL

Developed and led by those who are neurodiverse

Aspire has been designed by those who themselves are neurodiverse and have been through similar struggles with school and education, giving a better insight into the challenges neurodiverse young people face with their education.

A focus on mental health and wellbeing

Aspire is not a replacement for education but a place to support neurodiverse young people's overall wellbeing during a difficult time when they are struggling to attend school. This support is key to maintaining young people's mental health and wellbeing so they are in the best position to engage with their education. 

Safe space for young people to be themselves

Aspire is run by neurodivergent adults who empower young people to be themselves and embrace neurodiversity. We understand the need for consistency and routine, sensory input and quiet spaces as well as a no pressure environment where young people feel comfortable and can go at their own pace.

Providing resources and activities to build skills

Aspire provides a variety of activities and workshops to build confidence and life skills, as well as providing resources that parents would otherwise not have access to whilst homeschooling their young people.

No need for a formal diagnosis

We understand firsthand that it can take a long time to receive a formal diagnosis and there is a need for support before this happens. We welcome young people with or without a diagnosis.

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