WHAT IS NEURODIVERSITY?
The term “neurodivergent” refers to the idea that differences in the human brain are natural and normal and, in many cases, can lead to meaningful and positive insights and abilities. People are described as “neurodiverse” when their thought patterns, behaviors, or learning styles fall outside of what is considered “normal,” or neurotypical.
WHERE AND WHEN IS THE EVENT TAKING PLACE?
6:30PM – 8:30PM
3800 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006
Where is that Exactly?:
Between Richmond Avenue and West Alabama next to Houston’s museum district, with quick access to 5 major highways.
WHERE DO I PARK FOR THIS EVENT?
Please follow the link below to a University of St. Thomas campus map.
Parking for this event will be in Lot L, a Lot O, located at the corner or Montrose and West Alabama.
HOW CAN I BECOME AN EVENT SPONSOR?
Please go to “Sponsorship Opportunities” from the site menu for more information about sponsoring this amazing event.
HOW MUCH ARE THE TICKETS TO THIS EVENT?
The Celebrating Neurodiversity Art Showcase is FREE to attend. Guests will have an opportunity to make a donation at the event that will benefit the Houston Branch International Dyslexia Association Scholarship Funds.
WHO CAN I CONTACT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION?
Director, Access & Disability Services
University of St. Thomas