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Supporting

Lowcountry Neurodiverse Network is pleased to offer a comprehensive list of resources to support neurodiverse individuals and their families. Click on the headings below for more information about each category.

Psychoeducational evaluators with expertise in differential diagnosis of neurodiverse profiles (i.e., ASD, ADHD, Anxiety) who incorporate multiple evaluation tools in the following areas: social skills, executive functioning, mental health, sensory processing, adaptive skills and intellectual abilities.

Professionals teaching strategies for time management/planning & prioritizing, task initiation & organization.

LGBTQQIA+ social groups, support groups & resources for youth, teens, adults & loved ones.

Mental health therapists experienced in supporting neurodiverse individuals using a multi-modal approach that emphasizes acceptance and skill building. 

Trained professionals who support parents in learning strategies for managing difficult parenting situations.

 

Professionals who use a strength based approach to building self-confidence, social competencies and peer connections.

Organizations & professionals that support the legal and advocacy needs of the neurodiverse community.

Organizations that offer scholarships and financial support for services.

Psychiatrists who specialize in medication management for neurodiverse individuals.

Organizations that may not tailor specifcally to neurodiverse individuals, but create a positive space for neurodiverse individuals.

Licensed occupational therapists with expertise in the unique sensory regulation needs for neurodiverse individuals who use bottom-up & nervous system approaches.

Transition Planning & Independent Living

Professionals who use a strength based approach to building self-confidence, social competencies and peer connections.

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