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Affirming education and support for those who are on a journey of self-discovery. Explore your unique neurodivergence in a safe space, unravel the complexities of interacting within a neurotypical world, and uncover ways to work with your brain, rather than against it!

The Neuro-Me program is delivered by a qualified Allied Health Professional and can be complemented by a Therapy Assistant.

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Flourish within a framework of safety and belonging where skills are optimised, strengths
Validation & respect
 

A safe space for you to be accepted as you are

Curiosity & discovery
 

A journey to discover (or re-explore) the unique you!

Flourish within a framework of safety and belonging where skills are optimised, strengths
Education & strategies
 

Co-designed strategies and solutions as you learn

Flourish within a framework of safety and belonging where skills are optimised, strengths
Direction & choice
 

Bring back the confidence in how you take your next steps!

Flourish within a framework of safety and belonging where skills are optimised, strengths
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Flourish within a framework of safety and belonging where skills are optimised, strengths

This dynamic therapeutic program focusses on:

SENSORY NEEDS

how my mind and body experience the world

EXPRESSION

how I can express and get my needs met

SOCIALISING

how I connect and like to spend time with others

SPACE

what is the best environment for me to thrive

EMOTIONS

how my feelings impact my actions

CHANGE

how I can cope and prepare for change and transitions

SAFETY

how I can keep myself safe

FUNCTION

how I can manage my tasks and set myself up for success

You can choose the areas that you'd like to focus on!

The Neuro-Me Program is suited to:

  • Participants aged 10 to mature adult 
    (*check out Neuro-Homes for a family-directed experience for your young ones)

 

  • Someone looking for a holistic alternative to traditional therapy
     

 

  • Someone wanting to explore their identity through a more affirming approach (less deficit-based)
     

 

  • Someone wanting to explore and understand what supports might be right for them (vs. traditional referral)

The Neuro-Me Program is not a:

  • Emergency crisis service/intervention
     

  • Traditional "social skills" training program 
     

  • "Behavioural" intervention service
     

  • Replacement for specialist Allied Health assessment from an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist or Psychologist

We acknowledge that neurodivergence is an "Umbrella" term that encompasses many different neurotypes and diagnoses. At Sunny, our lived-experience is in the space of autism and ADHD, so this is what we speak to.

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