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Neurodiverse Universe:  A Design Demographic You Need to Know


Date/  Wednesday, April 24th
Time/ 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Location/  Phillip Jeffries,
1025 N Stemmons Frwy, Ste. 240
Credit/ 1 CEPH

Based on personal experience, Shelly Rosenberg is pioneering new theories in adaptive design and challenging designers to think beyond popular wellness theories. How do you design for the neurodiverse? Do you know what design solutions will improve the quality of life for a family adapting to autism, ADHD, anxiety disorders, sensory issues and other unique needs? Don't miss this next level presentation on psychological, adaptive design and its impact on human health and well-being.

Shelly Rosenberg

Owner, Acorn and Oak

It is at the heart of Acorn & Oak by Shelly Rosenberg that all spaces should be accessible and inclusive, beyond being beautiful. While raising her 3 children, who live with ADHD, Autism and Down Syndrome, Shelly realized that families navigating various disabilities are vastly underserved. Utilizing her design experience, she feels called to create spaces that not only inspire but assist and empower those with disabilities; at all ages and stages. Shelly works together with fellow interior designers and their clients to develop environments that help foster mental, emotional and physical well-being. Shelly has been featured in numerous publications including Forbes, Business of Home, Veranda, AD Pro and House Beautiful.

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