Neurodiversity Training Handbook Resource Toolkit (Printed Version)

$49.97 USD

Neurodiversity Training Handbook Resource Toolkit (Printed Version)

$49.97 USD
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What's Included? 

  • 102 Page Neurodiversity Affirming Handbook 
    • 8  Page ND Affirming Care/Therapy Best Practices 
    • 12 Page Material Toolbox
    • 5  Page ND Affirming Principals & Challenging Behaviors 
    • 8  Page Parent Collaboration Information Pack 
    • 16 Page ND and the IEP (Accommodations and Goals) 

Get ready to dive into the "Handbook for Neurodiversity-Affirming Practices" – your new BFF in embracing and celebrating the beautiful spectrum of our students' brains.

This isn't just another resource; it's a love letter to every brain that ticks a little differently. ADHD, Autism Spectrum, 'masking' and its mental health impact, neurodiversity-affirming language, accommodations/ IEP Goals - you name it, we cover it. 

We're here to help you become more than just aware – we want you to be a champion for your neurodivergent students.

It's jam-packed with real-world, actionable steps to help you create a learning environment that screams, "You are valued! You are understood! You belong here!"

The Handbook for Neurodiversity-Affirming Practices is more than just a guide; it's a game-changer, a mindset shift. It's about embracing and working neurological differences to create a space where every student can thrive, just as they are.

Let the Handbook for Neurodiversity-Affirming Practices be your guide on this incredible journey.

About the Authors

Meet Megan Mott, M.S. CCC-SLP, a neurodivergent Speech-Language Pathologist and mother of three neurodivergent children. Diagnosed with ADHD, Megan uses her personal insights to foster positive self-identities in her students and promote inclusive education through her Neurodiversity-Affirming Handbook.

Alongside Megan is Dani Rodwell, LCSW, a neurodivergent therapist diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. Dani's firsthand experiences with unaffirming systems of care inspired her dedication to helping other neurodivergent individuals feel seen and understood. Specializing in intersectional identities, she co-owns a nationwide practice offering neuroaffirming support.

Both authors use their professional expertise and personal experiences to equip educators and professionals with effective, neurodiversity-affirming strategies. Their mission is to make a difference in the lives of neurodivergent individuals by promoting understanding, acceptance, and inclusion.

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Genevieve Shryet
Excellent!

No matter if you are brand new to teaching children with learning differences or an experienced teacher with these children, this book is a quick guide and gives you updated research, and new suggestions on how to make a positive difference in a child with learning differences. I highly recommend it!

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Deidre Reed

Absolutely brilliant. I needed this book 52 years ago. Life could have been so much better.

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Karen DeHaven
Excellent psychoeducational resource

This resource is going into our practice library & I imagine it will be the #1 resource for helping kids & their parents really understand how to see neurodiversity as a beneficial variation rather than a deficit.

Easy to read & great visuals!

Looking forward to checking out other resources for our therapy library at AHA!

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Heidi
Awesome Handbook for EVERYONE

This is a complete and concise handbook for not just teachers and classroom professionals, but parents and adult leaders of any youth programs can benefit as well. My daughter is neurodivergent (ND) and I've found that it can be a struggle to work with some of her other (ND) friends because you don't always know a lot about their different diagnoses. You can read this handbook cover to cover or keep it on your desk to quickly refresh different techniques and strategies. THANK YOU!

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