Neurodivergent Friendly Science

A “neurodivergent” person refers to a person on the autism spectrum or, more generally, to someone whose brain processes information in a way that is not typical of most individuals. These people may have learning disabilities, attention deficit and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and Tourette’s syndrome. Through a neurodiversity lens, such conditions reflect different ways of being that are all normal human experiences.

Although “neurodiversity” is usually used to describe a group of neurodivergent individuals, it also refers to all of humankind because everyone has a unique way of processing information.

Mrs. Collins has unique experience teaching neurodiverse students in the public school system, homeschooling a neurodiverse child, and coaching families. 

In this category you will find a list of classes that can be tailored to your child's needs. But this list is not extensive, so please reach out to request your child's science needs. All of the classes on the website can be tailored to student needs, by request. 

Self paced and 1:1 Zoom lessons are available for neurodivese students all year long.