Social Justice ABA Series: Starting Early, Strengthening Neurodiversity 03/29/23 | WEBINAR

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Presented by Jagmeet Kaur Sangha & Ben VanHook
This webinar is curated and sponsored by Jacob Sadavoy & Michelle Zube

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This LIVE WEBINAR will air on March 29 from 1 pm to 2 pm ET.



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by Jagmeet Kaur Sangha & Ben VanHook

In summary, neurodiversity is the variation in all human cognition. It is as normal and critical for our social communities as biodiversity is for the planet. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ADHD, Dyslexia, Tourettes and other related syndromes are all examples of neurodiverse abilities. Understanding and embracing these differences in the education system as well as the workplace can greatly benefit individuals as well as our social organizations. In this webinar, hear about how to create education and workplace environments that will empower neurodivergent individuals to lean into their strengths and how parents, educators and company leaders, can create communities that promote and embrace these differences.

This webinar is curated and sponsored by:

Jacob Sadavoy & Michelle Zube of

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About the Presenters

Bio: Jagmeet Kaur Sangha is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Sacramento State University. 

For over a decade, Jagmeet has led organizational leaders to create safe and dynamic workplaces that drive innovation and business results. She is invested in creating healthy workplaces that contribute to a flourishing society. 

Jagmeet uses the science of Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) and Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) to promote workplace wellbeing and advance individuals, organizations and society through connection, education and behavior science. 

Her organization, Behavior Pivot Consulting partners with organizations to cultivate neuro-inclusive environments that understand brain-based differences and promote mental wellbeing. Their approach uses evidence-based methods from the science of Applied Behavior Analysis to help individuals and organizations build on strength-based skills to increase productivity, engagement and achievement within the workplace. Schedule a time to connect by emailing or visit:  

Bio: Ben VanHook is an expert on the autistic student experience who has spoken at Stanford and has been featured in programs from PBS to the New York Times. He has authored articles for the American Psychological Association and advised groups from the open mainframe project  to Partners in Promise.
Ben is currently a Masters student studying public policy at George Mason University, with the hopes of reforming employment and education policy to make both domains more inclusive for neurodivergent individuals.

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Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives: 

Participants will be able to:

  • define the concept of neurodiversity and how it impacts all human learning.
  • describe methods to promote neurodiverse learning and developing within the family, the education system as well as workplace settings.
  • understand social impacts and benefits from embracing individual neurodiversity.
  • identify two call-to-action steps they can take to help their community embrace neurodiversity.

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