Celebrating Neurodiversity Week at Therapy Connect

celebrating neurodiversity week at therapy connect

At Therapy Connect, we stand with the global community in celebrating the diversity of the human mind. As a practice striving to be neurodiversity affirming, we recognise and respect all the different ways the human brain works. 

Neurodiversity includes a plethora of neurological conditions including Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia, Tourette Syndrome, anxiety, gifted/ twice exceptional and many others. Understanding and accepting these differences is crucial, not just for those who are neurodivergent, but for society as a whole.

Our Commitment to Neurodiversity

Therapy Connect is proud to be a supporter of individuals of all ages with all different strengths and challenges. Our team of experienced allied health practitioners is dedicated to providing a tailored, individualised approach to therapy, ensuring that each of our clients receives the care and support that is designed for their unique needs and goals.

What is Neurodiversity Affirming Practice?

Neurodiversity Affirming Practice recognises and understands the diversity of the brain and the unique strengths and perspectives they bring. 

Therapy Connect is dedicated to creating an inclusive environment where individuals with diverse neurological profiles feel seen, valued, and supported. In our team, we have a senior practitioner who is dedicated to Neurodiversity Affirming Practice and facilitating understanding and growth in working with neurodivergent individuals. 

Our neurodiversity affirming practitioners  support individuals in building wellbeing and ensuring their safety, autonomy and self-advocacy, and we aim to nurture the development of a positive identity. 

Our work is based on strengths and interests and prioritises connection over compliance. We aim to meet the needs and challenges of our clients and their families so that our clients can thrive. 

Why Neurodiversity Matters

Understanding and accepting neurodiversity enriches our community, schools, workplaces and the world! It challenges us to think differently, be more inclusive, and recognise the unique contributions of every individual. At Therapy Connect, we believe that understanding and supporting neurodiversity is not just about providing care—it’s about fostering and building a society that values and celebrates differences.

Let’s Continue to affirm Neurodiversity 

At Therapy Connect, we strive to build a more connected world. For more information about our services or to join our efforts in supporting neurodiversity, visit our website or contact us directly. Together, we can create a more inclusive world for everyone.

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Libby Wright

Libby is a passionate and collaborative operations people leader with 10 years experience in the healthcare industry. Libby worked as a physiotherapist for a number of years before completing a Master of Commerce at UNSW to move into operational leadership. Libby has experience in leadership, strategy, change management, business development, quality and compliance, and business integration. For the last few years, Libby has worked in the NDIS leading teams in growing allied health organisations to deliver a high-quality service to clients whilst achieving key business objectives.


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