All development occurs across a wide spectrum of individual differences and within a variety of environmental circumstances. Scientists are increasingly demonstrating just how important these differences are to the architecture of the developing brain. This conference brings pre-eminent scientists together to engage in dialogue with clinical professionals, parents and neurodiverse individuals. They will share knowledge and bridge gaps between existing theory, scientific methodologies, clinical practice, and real life experiences. The conference aims to provide parents and professionals an opportunity to develop new ways of supporting individuals with neurodevelopmental differences in relation to their unique individual profiles and personal growth curves, within a foundation of presumed competence.
This Conference is available as a Webcast Series here.