Registration Not Required
Nashville Public Library: Learning About Neurodiversity with TRIAD
Date: April 22, 2019
Time: 10:30AM to 11:30AM
Location: Nashville Public Library Richland Park Branch - 4711 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
Nashville Public Library Learn About Neurodiversity with TRIAD
: As part of the Nashville Public Library’s Community of Many Faces, Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders (TRIAD) will conduct a program focusing on Neurodiversity. Neurodiversity is the concept that neurological differences are to recognized and respected as any other human variation. As part of the program, a children’s story will be read with the moral of the story being acceptance of those who may learn differently than others, followed by decorating puzzle pieces to be put together as a permanent product for the host branch to have as a keepsake. While the children are decorating a puzzle, an informational session will be provided to adults present. The informational session may include a discussion led by an adult with neurological differences and the parent of a child with neurological differences.
Visual schedules for the program will be available at the event
Description of Learn About Neurodiversity with TRIAD
Children will read a story and decorate a puzzle for the library to have as a memorandum of the event while adults listen to guest speakers about autism spectrum disorders.
Organization Contact: Sharra Rosichan (Sharra.Rosichan@nashville.gov)
TRIAD Contact: Whitney Loring (email@example.com)
The VKC welcomes persons with disabilities.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-322-8240 for disability access information; 2 weeks advance notice is recommended for some accommodations (e.g., Braille, signing).