At Sensory in Mind, we extend a helping hand to settings, professionals, schools, and businesses looking to foster a more inclusive and supportive environment for children and young people with ADHD and late-diagnosed ASC. While we don't claim expertise in diagnosis or medication, our wealth of experience spanning over 25 years in Children and Young People's Services and the realm of Special Education Needs and Disabilities equips us to offer valuable insights and guidance.
What we can do:
Expertise Tailored to Your Needs:
Our Founder and Operational Director, drawing upon their vast experience, can provide assistance on creating safe spaces, comprehending the experiences of young individuals with ADHD and late-diagnosed ASC, and engaging in meaningful conversations that foster choice and responsibility – both in educational settings and within parenting dynamics. We aim to cultivate environments that empower and support these individuals on their unique journey.
Resources that Speak to Individual Needs:
Moreover, we offer an array of resources designed to cater to the diverse needs of children and young people in your care. Each bag or box is thoughtfully curated and personalized, enhancing the sense of belonging and understanding. Our resources are tailor-made to support neurodiverse abilities, promoting inclusivity and aiding those who embrace different cognitive paths.
Supporting Businesses and Organizations:
We also extend our reach to businesses that wish to create spaces and practices that align with the needs and challenges faced by those with neurodiverse abilities. Our aim is to foster an environment where everyone's unique strengths are recognized and celebrated.
With a commitment to holistic support and a deep respect for the journey of each individual, Sensory in Mind invites you to explore a world of resources, expertise, and support that opens doors to inclusivity, understanding, and growth.
Parenting ADHD can be extremely difficult when you are so invested in balancing a happy household with the needs of a neuro diverse child. We base our support on the methods of 'choice and consequence' but also on recognising the need to break down everything we think to be 'normal' when it comes to task and finish.