General information about Neurodiversity, Support and Resources

These resources can provide immediate information, (peer) support or a listening ear around neurodiversity or specific neurodivergent conditions and are often also available out with opening hours of other organisations.

  • Support level – low
  • Access – Open
  • Speed – Immediate
  • Identity – Anonymous
  • Required insight & autonomy (ability to act independently) – Medium-High

Moray Wellbeing Hub

Moray Wellbeing Hub have developed a campaign around changing perspectives on neurodiversity, you can watch the short film below. They have also produced and a strengths based leaflet.

Watch the Film Here
Read the Leaflet Here

Information, research and support around neurodiversity in for example communication and learning. The Salvesen Mindroom Centre is a small independent Scottish charity with a big vision – a world where “no mind is left behind” and every person with a learningdifficulty receives the recognition and the support they need to achieve their potential.

Visit Mindroom Website
Neurodiversity support service –ADHD Foundation

The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an integrated health and education service offering a unique lifespan – strength based service, for the 1 in 5 people who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Tourette’s syndrome.

Visit ND Support Service Website

Neurodiverdiversity Hub

International hub providing excellent resources for students, universities and employers.

Visit ND Hub Website
The University of Edinburgh

Resources around work and employability.

Visit University of Edinburgh Website
ACAS working for everyone

UK governments advice and guidance on neurodiversity in the workplace.

Visit ACAS Website
Circles Advocacy

01343 559 546

Circles provides independent, professional, issue based advocacy forthousands of people. In addition we provide collective advocacy in some communities and in the wards of certain clinics and hospitals.

Visit Circles Advocacy Website
ILF Scotland Transition Fund

This fund provides money, for up to one year, to support young disabled people (as defined in the Equality Act 2010) to improve their lives. This includes autism, learning difficulty, physical disability, mental health (e.g. anxiety or depression) or hearing or visual impairments.

The purpose of the Fund is to help young disabled people, between the ages of 16 and 25 with the transition after leaving school or children’s services to be more independent and to continue spending time with other people.

Contact Details

Lee House – /07464510498

Visit ILF Transition Fund Website