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        Neurodiversity Clinic

        ND Early Years’ Service

        The Neurodiversity Early Years’ Service at the ADHD Foundation is dedicated to promoting early identification and intervention for young children presenting with emerging characteristics of neurodevelopmental conditions.

        Our expert team build knowledge and skills within the early years workforce through training, coaching and play based therapeutic intervention. Our relationship driven approach encourages mutual exploration of the child’s needs and support required.

        Our aim is to ensure that neurodiversity is recognised, celebrated, and supported, taking a needs-led approach across the early years.

        Meet the team

        Emma Weaver

        Director of the Neurodiversity Early Years Services My role is to work alongside early years settings, parents and carers of children in the early years and young children presenting with emerging traits of neurodiversity.

        Samantha Asher

        Early Years Neurodiversity Specialist My role within the foundation is to visit schools and nurseries, working closely with practitioners and parents/carers to implement strategies to support our little learners.

        Rachel Rushton

        Early Years Neurodiversity Specialist My role at the ADHD Foundation is to work collaboratively with educators, childcare professionals, parents and carers who have a desire to develop their understanding of neurodiversity.

        Lauren Grocott

        Early Years Neurodiversity Specialist I work as an Early Years Neurodiversity Specialist. I bring many years experience in the early years sector in various roles, most recently as a Teacher.

        Kerry Hunter

        Early Years Neurodiversity Specialist My role is to work with schools, nurseries, parents and children to provide support children who may present with neurodiversity traits. I enjoy working with children to support their emotional needs, development and wellbeing through play-based interventions.

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