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Our Mission

To support Neurodivergent people through non-behavioural based, trauma-informed practices

To help professionals transform their practice through The Neurodiversity Paradigm

To champion Neurodivergent people

To flip the narrative about neurodivergence

Centring Neurodivergent voices to transform practice

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Training Calendar 2022

All training on Zoom

An introduction the The Neurodiversity Paradigm

For Health, Social Care, and Education professionals

  • Monday 20th June

  • 2pm - 5pm (UK time)

  • £99

Creating Neurodivergent-Affirming Environments

  • Monday 27th June

  • 4pm - 5pm (UK time)

  • £5.00

An Introduction to The Neurodiversity Paradigm

For Health, Social Care, and Education professionals

  • Monday 3rd October

  • 2pm - 5pm (UK time)

  • £99

*Please note tickets have not gone on sale yet for this event

Speech and Language Therapy Outcomes

For Neurodivergent children and young people

  • Monday 14th November

  • 3pm - 4pm (UK time)

  • £60


Who we are

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Elaine McGreevy

Speech and Language Therapist

Elaine has worked as a Speech and Language Therapist for 25 years, and has been a Lead Clinician since 2001. Elaine has been involved in setting up and developing Speech and Language Therapy services for Autistic children and young people. Elaine offers pro-neurodiversity Speech and Language Therapy through non-behavioural based, empathic approaches. Elaine wants to contribute to making a change in how society accepts and supports Neurodivergent people, especially Autistic children and young people.

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Emily Lees

Speech and Language Therapist

  • The "Autistic SLT"

  • Founder of www.AutisticSLT.com

  • Professional speaker, trainer, autistic advocate

  • Based in Greater Manchester, England

Emily is a proudly Autistic Speech and Language Therapist who supports Autistic children, young people, and adults. Emily does not provide behaviourist social skill interventions which are based on outdated research claiming that Autistic children have social impairments. Through her lived experience, Emily campaigns for radical changes in therapy practices that encourage Autistic people to embrace their stimming, interests, and authentic communication.