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What We Do?

At DivergenThinking, we champion neurodiversity in

New Zealand through the following channels.

Government

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

Community

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

Business

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

Schools

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

We can influence our schools to change the way they handle neurodiversity at a young age which will, in the longer term, reduce our suicide rates, incidences of bullying, improve our school completion rates including further education and benefit our employment statistics.

You can help

We need influencers in our communities and workplaces that can work with us to host events and spread our message. This might be

  • Organising FREE community workshops
  • Delivering Workplace presentations
  • Hosting Fireside chats
  • Developing a CEO breakfast and HR and D&I Lunch
  • Preparing school and parent presentations

Will you help us make the change?

To organise a phone chat, a meeting or a zoom call, please enquire TODAY