Traditional academic settings can create difficulties for kids with dyslexia and ADHD. The Center for Neurodiversity is committed to bringing these kids together in a community of teachers, mentors, and peers who understand their differences and provide enriched programs to help them learn.
It is estimated that dyslexia affects one out of five people. It is considered a specific learning disability, but it comes with some cognitive advantages. We want to help students leverage these qualities and join the other highly successful people who found dyslexia to be an advantage.