Medication on camp

If your Scout is prescribed medication  Before leaving for camp: Ensure your child is aware of what medication they take , when they need to take it (and how much), why they need to take it, who can help them manage their medication on camp and  No matter who is managing medication, place all medicationsContinue reading “Medication on camp”

Changing Scout Groups

As your child grows and moves through the sections of Scouting, you may find that a Scout Group which was previously suitable is no longer providing a fun and enriching experience for your child. You may find that there has been a change in adult leadership, or that an older section may operate very differentlyContinue reading “Changing Scout Groups”

Choosing a neurodiversity-friendly Scout group

Just like schools, every Scout group is different: It may be wise to try several Scout groups before choosing one to stay at.  Some Scout Leaders and groups have extensive experience with neurodiverse Scouts. Others may think they don’t have any at all (although it’s likely this isn’t quite accurate – they may have justContinue reading “Choosing a neurodiversity-friendly Scout group”

Who is The Neurodiverse Scout Group for?

This book is for anyone who works with, parents, or is a neurodiverse Scout. You might be: A Leader of Youth (Cub Scout Leader, Scout Leader, etc.) who wants to lead neurodiverse young people more effectively A Group Leader who wants to make sure that everyone in their local community can be part of ScoutingContinue reading “Who is The Neurodiverse Scout Group for?”