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Neurodevelopmental services

What is neurodiversity?

Some people think and act differently to other people because of the way their brain works. This is called neurodiversity.

Neurodiversity can affect someone's behaviour, memory or ability to learn.

Neurodiverse conditions include:

Being neurodiverse can mean your child or young person needs extra support and help from services.

Background reading

A parent group in Essex has produced an excellent guide on Supporting your neurodiverse child. It includes lots of useful general information. However, for specific information about Norfolk-based services and support please use this website.