Suffolk University’s (MA) SU Neurovariety club is open to all students while “focused on awareness and advocacy for neurodivergent students and students with disabilities, to foster a community of mutual support for students and as an additional resource to ODS [Office of Disability Services],” reported The Suffolk Journal. The club is collaborating on an informational booklet about neurodiversity that can be distributed campuswide, as well as the use of sunflower lanyards on campus as part of the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower movement, raising awareness of non-visible disabilities.

A Silent Prom and fashion show are in the plans for next year, featuring extra support and accessibility, such as the possibility of listening to music using headphones.

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