Apr 26 2022

Neurodiversity and Early Childhood Development: Supporting Children and Parents

The Hunt Institute

Virtual

Early childhood development recognizes that 90% of a child’s brain develops within the first five years. The term neurodiversity is used to describe the neurological differences in the developing brain, representing a strengths-based model which acknowledges the differences in children’s approaches to learning. This event will host national experts on early childhood development discussing the domains of social-emotional and cognitive development, approaches to learning, and increasing equity for all children.

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