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Impact and Engagement

We translate our research into real world settings, working with charities, organisations, businesses, policymakers, and other stakeholders.

It is important for as that the research we do helps improve the lives of people in the communities we research. To do this, we work with non-academic partners to inform what they do and to develop and inform practical tools and resources.
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Williams Syndrome Outreach and Impact

Supporting families and seeking to make positive changes for those living with Williams Syndrome.

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Triple A Training Tool

Helping schools understand how attention, arousal, and anxiety (Triple-A) can affect engagement and learning in the classroom for all children and young people, but especially for autistic pupils.

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Healthy Relationships for Autistic People

Development of a guide to help other autistic people to navigate relationships and recognise the signs of both healthy and unhealthy relationships.

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Enquiries about the Centre for Neurodiversity & Development should be sent via the email below:

Centre for Neurodiversity & Development

Department of Psychology 
Science Site 
South Road 
DH1 3LE 

Tel: +44 (0)191 334 3247