Heard, and Valued: Creating empowering and inclusive environments for the neurodiverse generation | Vassar College Main Building | Lectures & Talks | Chronogram Magazine
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Heard, and Valued: Creating empowering and inclusive environments for the neurodiverse generation

When: Thu., Oct. 27, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 2022
Price: Free
The 16th annual Steven and Susan Hirsch Disability Awareness Lecture at Vassar College features David Flink, founder of the national ADHD/LD mentoring program Eye to Eye. What does it mean to be a “different thinker” or identify as neurodiverse? Where can we find the full potential of our community? How can we make strides toward creating a world in which every learner is recognized? By sharing some of his own experiences with dyslexia and ADHD, David Flink will provide answers to these questions. In doing so, he’ll also provide a glimpse into the power of mentoring, community, and allyship in

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