Learning Differences Aotearoa Trust is excited to be working with pivotalpoint.org.nz/ and Queenstown Lakes District Libraries to bring our Growing Stars Workshop to Queenstown on the 17th and 18th of June.
Click here to register your interest by 7th June.
The Education Hub is undertaking a research project to explore how well New Zealand’s education system is set up to support our neurodivergent students. As part of the project they are seeking the perspectives of teachers, students, parents and support services in order to better understand what’s working, what’s not, and how the situation can be improved.
Click the link below to read more, and take the survey. Be part of the change in supporting neurodivergent young people.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week!
We're proud to be supporting Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2023!Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.
Together, let's change the narrative to understand, accept, and celebrate neurodiversity!
#NeurodiversityCelebrationWeek #NeurodiversityWeek #NCW #ThisIsND
Today is Dyscalculia Awareness Day. Dyscalculia is a lesser known learning difference, sometimes referred to as "Maths Dyslexia". Dyscalculia affects up to approximately 6% of the population.
Click here to raise your awareness of Dyscalculia and listen to a young woman's personal account of what it is like living with this learning difference, including strategies and websites she finds helpful.
We couldn't do what we do without the support of our funders. Thank you for helping us to support children, youth and adults with learning differences.
Chris Cole our Learning Advisor worked with Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) to hold three online workshops in September. The topic was 'Integrating Neurodiversity Into Your Library – Next Steps', and followed on from an earlier workshop, 'Introduction to neurodiversity'. Twenty people attended these facilitated workshops to increase their knowledge, develop resources and learn practical steps to become more neurodiverse friendly in their library practices. There was rich conversation and connections developed that will continue into the future. Contact us if you would like Chris to speak to your workplace about learning differences. email@example.com