Shropshire Council


Often the term neurodiversity is used in the context of autism and ADHD and refers to the natural differences in the way our brains work. 

Some people’s brains simply work in a different way. Your child's brain is unique to them, therefore they'll have unique skills, abilities, and needs. They may experience and interact with the world around them in different ways. There's no right or wrong way of thinking, learning and behaving. 

Someone who is neurodivergent behaves, thinks and learns differently to those who are neurotypical. 

Watch this video to find out more about neurodiversity:

You can find out more about neurodiversity and the support available on the Healthier Together website, where you can find out about local and national support.