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Neurodiversity UK (NDUK) was founded in 2013 by Ruth Magee and initially was named the Comber Autism Support Group.

North Down & Ards was identified as an area lacking in support to parents and carers, and Comber was the ideal choice for both a headquarters and shop-front.

The charity was renamed during 2014, and the team has gradually expanded to seven, three of our staff are qualified to deliver Autism Movement Therapy and training.

We have created an open, supportive environment for all who come to the charity.

Ruth receiving the Mighty Women Award in 2022
Our Mission

At Neurodiversity UK, we are dedicated to creating a world where neurodiversity is not only accepted but celebrated. We believe that individuals with neurological conditions have unique perspectives and talents that should be embraced and celebrated.
We strive to provide support and resources to those in need, educate the public on neurodiversity and champion campaigns that raise awareness and create meaningful change. Join us in our mission to create a better world for all.

Our Values

At NeurodiversityUK, we believe in being sincere and honest in everything we do. We support each other and strive to bring out each other's brilliance. We believe that every person is capable of greatness and we strive to create an atmosphere of support and positivity.

Our Vision

To create a world where neurodiversity is not only accepted but celebrated, We envision a society that values the contributions of all individuals, regardless of their neurological makeup, and provides equal opportunities for success and fulfillment.


Ruth receiving the Might Women Award.

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