If you are aged 16-25, neurodivergent and would like to help make the world a better place for all children and young people then we could use your help!
We need you to guide and help us to work in a way that will make the most difference in the lives of all children and young people who are neurodivergent. We would like you to join a diverse group of young people that we can consult about how to deliver and develop our services.
Neurodiversity means there is a wide variation in brain processes. It is an essential form of human diversity. Being neurodivergent means that your brain processes information in a way this is not typical of the majority. It might mean that you have autism (ASD), dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, DCD, Tourette’s or another similar condition.
You don’t need to have a formal diagnosis to be a part of this group or to receive support from Salvesen Mindroom Centre.
What you will get
- Full training and support
- The chance to influence the work of a national charity
- The chance to help develop new services and resources for neurodivergent young people
- A full say in how the group works and what it does
What we will need from you
- A commitment to meet with the rest of the group (in person or online) several times a year
- A willingness to share your insights and experience
- A respect for other people’s opinions
- Your passion for making a difference!
If you think you could be part of this group and would like to find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07747 492755.