Neurodiversity Resources, Support, and Advocacy
Neurodivergence is something to be celebrated rather than changed or fixed. It is important to appreciate the strengths that come with a differently wired brain. It is equally important to acknowledge the struggles that come with being different from typically developing children and the neurotypical majority.
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How We Can Help
Individual counselling available virtually (by video chat or phone call) for anyone: parents, caregivers, educators, and children.
Counselling services are only available remotely at this time due to covid restrictions in Manitoba.
We’ll help you navigate our public health, social services, and education systems as you seek assessments, resources, and advocate for your child. It can be overwhelming determining the best next steps or finding best available support, we’ll work with you to make this process easier for your family.
We will help you advocate for your child with their school and work collaboratively with other service providers and agencies.
In particular, Jillian can attend IEP/SSP and other school-planning meetings to ensure your child’s needs are being met.
Our service are offered on a sliding scale based on family household income.
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Neurodiversity MB Support & Resources
ADHD 2e MB has compiled a list of local and online resources for neurodiverse children and families in Manitoba. We have no affiliation with any agencies or services listed, please contact them directly to find out if they are a good fit for you and your family. Please contact us for more information on ADHD 2e Manitoba’s services and supports.