Neurodiverse Peer Support Group

A peer-lead, peer-supported safe space for neurodiverse individuals where they share resources, insight, and personal stories.

About this event

Join accessABILITY, an Indianapolis based non-profit welcoming individuals around the country, as they host the Neurodiverse Peer Support Group, a peer-led, peer-supported safe space for learning and growing together.

Neurodiversity is the infinite variations and diversity of the human mind. These differences are normal, yet the neurotypical society everyone lives in puts up barriers. Each month they cover a specific topic where they share resources, insight, and personal stories to learn and grow together as advocates. Their peers include those with ADHD, Autism, Tourette’s, Dyslexia, Bipolar, TBI, Anxiety, Depression, and more.

This group is for peers who identify as having a neurodiversity. In order to keep this support group a safe space, they kindly ask those who do not identify as having a neurodiversity to not join.

They meet the first Thursday of every month from 5-6 PM EST. Email for more information or to get connected.


If you have any accessibility needs, please email


accessABILITY, Center for Independent Living, is a non-profit working to remove barriers for people with disabilities. They provide individual consumers, governmental agencies, corporations and other non-profits with the tools necessary to ensure the acceptance, respect and inclusion of everyone. The result is that their communities are enriched through the full participation of ALL PEOPLE

Upcoming Dates

  • Thursday, December 1, 2022, 5:00 - 6:00 pm