‘Neurodiversity in Schools Toolkit’: ADHD 360’s New Resource to Support Neurodiverse Students

ADHD 360, alongside leading educators and neurodiversity experts, is excited to unveil the ‘Neurodiversity in Schools Toolkit‘, launching on May 1, 2024. This toolkit is tailored to improve the educational experiences of neurodiverse students throughout the UK.

Founded on the belief that “Every child deserves the opportunity to succeed, especially those within often neglected neurodiverse groups”, the toolkit offers practical strategies and insights for educators. Drawing on the latest research and ADHD 360’s broad experience with ADHD and autism, it equips teachers, teaching assistants, and school leaders with essential tools and knowledge for creating an inclusive and comprehensive learning environment.

Donna Sharkey, the leader of this initiative at ADHD 360, highlighted the toolkit’s importance, stating: “Neurodiversity in the classroom is increasingly recognised but not always understood. Our toolkit offers a thorough approach to help educators unlock every student’s potential.”

Phil Anderton, Managing Director at ADHD 360, commented on the toolkit’s broader implications: “This toolkit is more than just resources; it’s part of a broader movement towards inclusive education, ensuring every child has the opportunity to succeed.”

Ben Johnson, a teacher from Horncastle, praised the initiative: “This collaboration with ADHD 360 and our SEND team has been revolutionary. This toolkit will make participating schools a beacon for students with ADHD.”

ADHD 360 encourages educational stakeholders across the UK to adopt this toolkit and contribute to their mission of profoundly impacting neurodiverse students’ lives.

For additional information or to engage with the ‘Neurodiversity in Schools Toolkit’, please visit www.adhd-360.com/neurodiversity-for-schools/.