Our Mission & Values
We are a nonprofit organisation and we accompany Neurodiverse people, especially under the age of 18 years old, and their supporters to lead happy lives in a caring community.
Our vision is to cultivate an environment that is supportive, inclusive, and empowering for Neurodiverse individuals. We are committed to providing a safe space for young Neurodiverse individuals who may be misunderstood and marginalised due to their unique traits. And crucially, we support their parents/carers in their caregiving responsibilities, understanding and promotion of neurodiversity.
Our commitment to neurodiverse youth and their well-being is intertwined with our parent workshops. A significant aspect of our efforts centers on empowering parents to understand and meet their children's unique needs. It is through their proactive involvement that we can achieve truly impactful outcomes. In essence, parents are the driving force for creating meaningful change and ensuring the well-being of our neurodiverse youth.
We also want to support local (and wider) businesses to become inclusive of neurodiversity.
We are Supportive
We are Inclusive
We act with Integrity
We have a growth mindset
We offer our services with empathy, active listening and without judgement. We work together with our community
We respect all individuals regardless of their background, identities or abilities.
We are honest and trustworthy. We say what we do and do what we say.
We embrace opportunities for growth and learning. We believe anyone can always learn and evolve.
We are in the process of appointing two Advisory Board (Adults and Youth) to provide guidance, expertise, and advice to the Directors and management on the scope and provision of our services. Our Advisory Board members will be selected based on their expertise, experience, and commitment to the objectives of our organisation.
Chair of Advisory Board
We are committed to proactively safeguarding children, beneficiaries, and staff and to taking reasonable steps to protect all those who come into contact with us from harm. The safety and welfare of everyone affected by the The Neurodiversity Family Hub activities, especially children is a key governance priority.
Our Safeguarding team
Designated safeguarding lead
Deputy designated Safeguarding lead
A summary of the key legislation and guidance is available from nspcc.org.uk/childprotection. https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/child-protection-system/england
You can download our Child Protection Policy