The Unitarian Universalist Association and Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association are launching a series of interviews and live Q&A to speak on neurodivergence, neurotypicality, and ableism. We hope it is informational for people of all neurotypes!
This series is an invitation into a deeper journey. One that will likely include dissonance and even disagreement. We expect this and welcome it. It will invite all of us to more deeply untangle our internalized ableism and to more clearly perceive the ableism in our communities. Read more about how we got to this series and where we hope it might take us.
Currently Scheduled Events
Visit the calendar event links below to register to attend live or receive the recording.
August 19th : Neurodivergence 101 with Heather Petit
Watch the first video in the series in which we discuss everything from a definition of neurodivergence, models of disability, communication, and much more with Heather Petit. (A recording of the event is available to stream here)
September 7th 3-5pm ET/12-2pm PT with Ramon Selove
In this session we talk about Ramon’s experience in congregational life and direct applications for neurodiversity inclusion in our congregational settings.
September 27 7-9pm ET/4-6pm PT with Meredith Plummer (details coming)
Even if you cannot attend the live event, it is worth it to register! Registrants are able to submit questions, and you can view responses later on your own time, as all registrants will receive recordings of each session.
Open to all, not just UUMA members!