NeuroequalityTM is the understanding that brain differences are normal, rather than deficits. The idea of neuroequality can have benefits for kids with learning and thinking differences. Understanding and having this perspective can help reduce stigma and encourage positive interactions for creating safe spaces for people living with learning and thinking differences.
“We are realizing that autism, ADHD, and other conditions emerge through a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental interaction; they are not the result of disease or injury.”John Elder Robinson, Psychology Today
NeuroequalityTM (NE) offers software mobile applications that are available globally in the Apple Store and on Google Play. NE software applications serve school districts, schools, workplace and human services entities, clinics, caregivers and businesses that support people on the spectrum and with intellectual disabilities.
The Safe4AllTM App serves the Autistic, Developmentally Disabled and Special Needs communities providing unique caregiving functionality to facilitate a secure, supportive and rewarding lifestyle.
Safe4AllTM promotes safe environments that advocate and support No Bullying, No Cyberbullying, No Harassment, No Violence, No Active Shooter with advanced geofencing, emergency 911, encrypted chat, secure voice, reporting, portals and task management software assisting clinicians, first responders, educators and caregivers at home, in schools and in the workplace. HIPPA compliant.
The term “NeuroequalityTM” embraces the idea and approach for serving individuals on the autism spectrum and is changing the paradigm around serving groups with other neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD, developmental speech disorders, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, intellectual disabilities, Tourette syndrome, and other mental health conditions such as bipolarity, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, antisocial personality disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and others still being discovered and determined.
For more info: info(at)neuroequality.com