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By talking to children about mental health and neurodiversity we can help them understand and accept themselves for who they are, and give them the tools to ask for help when they need it.
Inclusion for every neurodiverse child
Children should be protected from feeling that their mental health or neurodiversity means that their life is limited, or has less value.
Helping young people manage stress
By providing young people with the tools to manage their stress, we can encourage them to take action themselves before they reach the point of feeling they can’t cope.