Post by:

Michelle Artreche

Created on:

March 21, 2022

Celebrate with us!

Neurodiversity deserves a celebration, and we are so excited to participate in Neurodiversity Celebration Week during the week of March 21-27, 2022—a worldwide initiative focusing on challenging stereotypes and misconceptions around neurological differences.

The goal is to transform how neurodivergent folks are viewed and supported by their schools and universities—moving beyond acceptance to uplifting the many talents and advantages of being neurodivergent and creating an equitable space that empowers neurodivergent folks.

Supporting the Movement

The team at Social Cipher stands with the neurodiversity movement and seeks to uplift and empower neurodivergent individuals. We believe it is essential that neurodiverse youth feel respected for who they are while also learning techniques for recognizing and communicating their own needs, even when everyone’s communication style may be different. 

Working together with organizations like this can help change the narrative. Want to get involved? Register to take part and check out this helpful flyer

Our Goal

Social Cipher’s core mission is to represent and empower neurodivergent youth, facilitating their development of different social-emotional learning competencies through the engaging power of video games.

Our game and curriculum are not based on teaching kids how to emulate neurotypical behaviors and rewarding them for their ability to assimilate. Instead, we believe in developing social-emotional learning skills, such as the CASEL competencies—and fostering a healthy sense of self while creating positive boundaries.

We are excited to have a game that helps neurodiverse youth see themselves positively and find their place in the world.

Are you interested in getting Ava for your therapy center or school for engaging, empowering social-emotional learning? Schedule a chat with us!

Ready to purchase? Get your copy of Ava today!


Check out these blogs on other aspects of the Neurodivergent experience:

Be sure to check out Neurodiversity Hub, one of our favorite places for resources!