NSSP Program Overview

Perspectives from the Program

Neurodiversity Transition Orientation 2020

Video modules now available!

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Neurodiversity is a concept that regards individuals with differences in brain function and behavioral traits as part of normal variation in the human population. The movement of Neurodiversity is about uncovering the strengths of neurodiverse individuals and utilizing their talents to increase innovation and productivity of the society as a whole.


The Stanford Neurodiversity Project provides comprehensive support to students with a variety of neurodiverse conditions, including autism, ADHD, and learning differences, as well as those without any formal diagnosis. Our model provides support in key areas including: academic, social, mental health, independent living, and career planning and preparation.

To learn more about our programs and support model, click the links below.

Interested in our program and want more information?

Click the "NSSP Interest Form" button below to fill out the interest form. A member of our staff will contact you with more information.

Want to sign up for our Neurodiverse Student Support Program (NSSP) or Neurodiversity Transition Orientation?

Click the "NSSP Application" button below to fill out the short application. A member of our staff will follow up with you after the form is completed.

Are you a job-seeker? Join our study and find job opportunities!

Learn about the study and join by completing the screening form.

You may also contact us directly at neurodiversityatwork@stanford.edu with any questions.

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