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June 3, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Join us on June 3rd from 5-6 pm for the Neurodiverse Peer Support Group!
Neurodiversity is the infinite variations and diversity of the human mind. These differences are normal, yet the neurotypical society we live in puts up barriers. Our peers include those with ADHD, Autism, Tourette’s, Dyslexia, Bipolar, and more.
The Neurodiverse Peer Support Group is a peer-led, peer-supported safe space for learning and growing together. While we enjoy our social time, each month we cover a specific topic where we share resources, insight, and personal stories to grow as Advocates.
This month we’ll be talking about dating! Dating with disabilities can be hard – ableism and societal barriers are real which could lead to pressures and fear of disclosing your disability, difficulties with vulnerability and rejection, and continued communication and advocacy even in established partnerships. We’re excited to create a safe space where we can openly discuss this topic. You are also more than welcome to come and listen – participation isn’t mandatory.