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What We Do

Embracing Diversity Together

This club is dedicated to empowering parents of neurodiverse children, recognizing the unique challenges and triumphs they face in balancing personal development, professional aspirations, and the intricacies of family life. Our mission is to support and uplift these parents, helping them find harmony and fulfilment in all areas of their lives while advocating for and nurturing their children's unique abilities and needs.

We believe that all children are different and should be respected and celebrated.

We help individuals to become happier and more fulfilled, understand themselves and develop healthy habits through different practices.

We are advocates for SEN, neurodiversity, inclusion and diversity; we want people to stop using labels and to understand that the world is different, and we should embrace everyone's uniqueness; we want to remove the stigma and raise awareness.

There is no such thing as normal; what even is 'normal'?
Harvard Health Neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways; there is no one "right" way of thinking, learning, and behaving, and differences are not viewed as deficits.

Spend your time with people who make you see the world differently!



Discover the power of community through our support groups. Connect with other parents who understand your experiences, share your stories and challenges, and find solace and strength in the shared journey of raising neurodiverse children.


For families with older children,  we offer coaching and workshops aimed at developing life skills, exploring career options, and preparing for post-secondary education or the workforce.


We offer one-on-one and counseling services for parents and caregivers. This service can help you navigate the emotional and practical challenges of raising neurodiverse children, providing them with strategies for coping and resilience.


Digital library of resources, including articles, videos, toolkits, and guides on various aspects of neurodiversity, education, therapy options, legal rights, and more. This could serve as a valuable reference point for parents seeking information and support.


Join us for events that bring our community together, from workshops and webinars to family fun days. These gatherings are designed to educate, support, and celebrate our children's milestones and achievements.

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