Neurodiversity: Divergent Minds Thriving in Adulthood
SPEAKER: Jenara Nerenberg, author & founder of The Neurodiversity Project
New book: "Divergent Mind: Thriving in a World That Wasn't Designed For You"
When: Thursday, Jun 11 @ 4:00 pm PT
RSVP (FREE): This program is online-only; please register at the link at the bottom of this page to receive an email link to the livestream
While topics such as ADHD, autism, bipolar and dyslexia are often discussed in the context of children, what happens after these children grow up, and what happens when they don’t receive such diagnoses until their 50s, 60s or later?
Jenara Nerenberg offers practical takeaways and surprising scientific discoveries on how families, society and medicine can better meet the needs of those with mental and sensory processing differences.
Nerenberg is an award-winning reporter with the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center and the Garrison Institute, is the founder of The Neurodiversity Project. Her work appears in CNN, Fast Company, KQED, Healthline and Time. She is a graduate of the Harvard School of Public Health and UC Berkeley. Nerenberg was named a brave new idea speaker by the Aspen Institute for her work in destigmatizing and celebrating mental differences among adults later in life.
Anchor and Host of Forum, KQED
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|Neurodiversity: Divergent Minds Thriving in Adulthood w/ Jenara Nerenberg|
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|Date||Thursday June 11|
|Time||4:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
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