May 16, 2022 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Neurodiverse means more than autism these days; it also includes ADHD, learning differences, gifted, anxiety and mood disorders, etc.
This support and information group is getting started in 2022. It’s for neurodiverse adults who are looking for camaraderie, friendship, a safe and relaxed space to learn, grow, exchange, and support each other. Like most PHP support and information groups, there’s also an element of education and self-improvement. We attend useful webinars and workshops, and come back together to discuss them. The goal is to support each other to successfully weather the ebb and flow of wins, setbacks, and societal/economic changes related to our relationships, school and/or work lives.
Webinar and workshop providers:
- Parents Helping Parents
- Stanford Neurodiversity Project Special Interest Group
- Network for K-12 Neurodiversity Education and Advocacy (NNEA)
Join NA-SIG and we’ll let you know about other upcoming neurodiversity-related webinars and workshops, too.
How does this support group work?
Learn! Attend useful, educational webinars and workshops together.
Discuss and share! 3rd Monday of the month: Attend the NA-SIG meeting via Zoom to exchange and support each other. Registration is required for each meeting, see the Group Meeting Calendar link in “Helpful Info”.
Meet up too! Safely and keeping everyone’s good health a priority. For video gaming, poetry readings, art exhibits, live music, and coaching/mentoring younger neurodiverse teens/adults.
Most PHP webinars, support groups and services are FREE! We are committed to providing innovative, high-quality online content to families like yours. Please consider making a voluntary donation to help us continue this important work for families raising children with special needs throughout our community! Thank you!