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Not every brain works the same way; they’re not meant to.

As a species we have a natural variation in how we perceive, how we process and how we remember information. We call this neurodiversity, and naturally this affects learning. 

Children who are neurodiverse perceive, process and store information differently from the average child. There is nothing wrong with the way they learn; children who learn differently just need to be taught differently. When we understand how a particular brain works, we understand how to adapt teaching and how to structure support.

Every child wants to succeed. When we give children the tools they need to manage their unique profile, we restore confidence and foster resilience and independence. It is a privilege to be part of this support.