Celebrating the infinite possibilities of neurodiversity – Neurodiversity Week 13-19 March 2023

Written by an EEB2 parent on behalf of ADHD, ASC & LD Belgium

Neurodiversity Week 13-19 March 2023

What does Sir Isaac Newton, Andy Warhol, Nikola Tesla, Willliam Yeats, Greta Thunberg and Billie Eilish all have in common?   

They have all mastered their neurodivergent talents!

Around one in five people are neurodiverse.  Neurodiversity knows no geographic nor language bound.  Like a person’s fingerprints, no two brains — not even those of identical twins — are exactly the same.  Because of that, there’s no definition of “normal” capabilities for the human brain.  Understanding the types of neurodiversity creates awareness and an environment where all of us can thrive together. Embracing our individual strengths is the key to unlocking our full potential.

Want to learn more on neurodiversity and how to celebrate Neurodiversity Week 2023?   Read more via the document below.

❗📢 Please note a national demonstration is organised on Thursday 5th October 2023. The STIB informs its passengers that disruptions are to be expected. Impact on road traffic is expected and delays of school buses are to be expected.

Please note, our buses will run as normal, but delays are expected.

We will inform you live by sms if significant delays are expected.

Therefore, we apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused.

Transport Team of the APEEE Bxl II


EEB2 Woluwe & Evere sites will reopen tomorrow (18/10). The APEEE Services (bus/cantine/periscolaire) will run normally.