A Neurodivergent Lens: Recommended Practices for Neuroinclusivity

We are looking for neurodivergent adults to collaborate with us to develop a toolkit and educational resource that will help make Canada more accessible and inclusive.

Tara Connolly (Principal Investigator); Boris Vukovic (Co-Principal Investigator); Heather Brown (Co-Investigator); Sonia Rahimi (Research Lead); Jasmin Macarios (Project Administrator); Jess Rocheleau (Community Liaison)

Who can participate: 
To participate, you must be:

  • Neurodivergent (including but not limited to ADHD, autistic, and learning disabilities)
  • Self-identified and/or diagnosed
  • 18 years or older
  • Located in Canada
  • Able to communicate in English, French, ASL, or LSQ, with or without support.
  • Neurodivergent adults who belong to other marginalized communities are especially encouraged to participate.

What’s involved: 
Participants will do a 2-hour (with a 15 minute break) online focus group (small group conversation) about their recommendations for making society more accessible and inclusive, based on their lived experiences. Accommodations are available.

Participants will receive $75 CAD e-gift card.

Interested in participating:  
If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please email our Community Liaison, Jess, at JessicaRocheleau@cunet.carleton.ca.