Dyscovery Centre wins £9k research funding

October 7, 2014

The Dyscovery Centre has been awarded more than £9,000 funding from the Richard Benjamin Trust to conduct research into neurodiversity in adults.

Dr Catherine Purcell, Senior Research Fellow and Sally Scott-Roberts, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist, will carry out a participatory emancipatory research project. They will aim to elicit the strategies that neurodiverse adults use to develop a series of guides to success, as a resource for other adults struggling with neurodiversity, a condition which is often chronic with prominent symptoms and secondary consequences spanning into adulthood.

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