Neurodiversity In Our Community
Neurodiversity is estimated to account for 15% of the UK population. With 276,000 people currently living in Brighton that's at least 41,400 people in Brighton alone.
Neurodiversity includes but is not limited to ADHD, Autism, Autism Spectrum Conditions, Sensory Processing Disorders, Anxiety Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia and Tourettes.
We have such a diverse, accepting and welcoming community here in Brighton but for some reason we were lacking spaces that accommodate the neurodiverse. Busy streets, noisy cafes and a lack of awareness. This is one of the reasons why we have created our Puzzle Bored Cafe.
Links for Further Information About Neurodiversity
ADHD Aware - local ADHD charity providing support and meet ups ADHD Aware Website
Amaze - Charity for parents of disabled children. Amaze Website
Mascot - for families who have autistic children, community and support. Mascot
Partnerships with Puzzle Bored
Partnered with compass card for a 10% discount on food and drink. Compass Card Website
We are also partnered with Mascots peer to peer support network to provide monthly neurodivergent children's sessions.
See our events page for more information.
We are working with St John's College to provide a work experience placement here at Puzzle Bored.