Neurodivergent Teen Hangout

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Noblesville Library
Small Youth Program Room

Event Details

HEPL is currently switching event calendar systems. During this time certain calendar functions may not be available. For the month of October, please register for programs by calling the TeenZone desk at 317-579-0300. 

This program is an opportunity for neurodivergent teens to hang out, do an activity, and connect with their peers. Each month will feature a different theme and activity. Lower lighting and KultureCity Kits (which include fidgets and noise reducing headphones) will be provided. Parents are not required to stay in the room but should stay in the library to be available if needed. This program is designed as a social club, not a form of childcare.

*What does it mean to be neurodivergent? Someone who is neurodivergent behaves, thinks and learns differently compared to those who are neurotypical. This includes autistic people and people with ADHD, Tourette’s, dyslexia, or a range of other neurodiverse conditions.

This month we will have a mini fall festival with spooky crafts and videos!

This program is for teens and their caregivers only. Registration required. 

Event Type(s): Teen Programs

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