The Stanwood-Camano Neurodiversity Education Network is a project of the Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Library. On the first Tuesday of every month, we will offer workshops, presentations and talks aimed to foster understanding, acceptance and inclusion of all disabled and neurodivergent people. Each talk will start at 6:30 p.m. and take place at the Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano.
All of our workshops are free and open to the public and appropriate for professionals, family members, self-advocates, teachers and anyone who is interested in learning more about neurodiversity & disability! In most cases, our speakers will be disabled and neurodivergent themselves.
Image: flappy green narwhal next to a pink calendar with light blue bubbles in the background. Text on top of image reads: “Stanwood-Camano Neurodiversity Education Network” Text inside calendar graphic reads: “First Tuesday of the Month! 6:30 pm Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano 9612 271st NW Stanwood, WA
March 5, 2019- Inclusive Education Workshop presented by Inclusion For All
April 2, 2019- Autism Acceptance Month Film Event with Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network
May 7, 2019- What is Neurodiversity? (rescheduled event) presented by Lei Wiley Mydske of Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Library & AWN Network
June 4, 2019- Autism & Aging presented by Sara Sanders Gardner of Autism Spectrum Navigators at Bellevue College
July 2, 2019- Including People with Intellectual Disabilities presented by autism activist and self advocate Ivanova Smith
More to be announced!