Supporting Neurodivergent families in the outdoors
We are putting together a proposal for a project for neurodivergent individuals and their families. Working with Kieran Rose (Actually Autistic, The Autistic Advocate), Play Therapists, Occupational Therapists and our own Forest School leaders, we will create a space for families to gather, to share experiences, learn from each other and a team of multi disciplinary specialists and work together to reframe Autism and neurodivergence.
Intended for families who have a diagnosis (Autism, ADHD, PDA, OCD), those on the 'pathway', and those who are self diagnosed.
We'd love your help in designing this project to make sure it is meeting the needs of the community it hopes to support. You can complete this consultation questionnaire anonymously or you can leave you email address at the end if you're interested in finding out more.
Thanks in advance!
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Please describe your current situation- ie do you live with a neurodivergent individual? If so do they have a diagnosis? It would be helpful for us to know a brief history such as ages of child/ren, services you have accessed, length of time you've been waiting, barriers you can come across
What barriers, if any, do you face when trying to access support via the NHS?
What day to day things do you and your family struggle with?
Have you found that being outdoors helps you and your family to regulate?
If you could have access to professional support to help you or your family what would that be, in an ideal world?
What would a forest school family support group look like for you and your family? What would we need to consider in order for it to meet all of your needs?
If you are interested in finding out more once we have put a proposal together, please leave your email address
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