New Perspectives Talks About Neurodiversity in Young Adults That People Need To Know

Heber City, UT – To bring light about Neurodiversity in Oregon, New Perspectives talks about neurodiversity and what people should know about it.

New Perspectives is a company that provides support for neurodiverse young adults, offering information about Neurodiversity in Oregon. The New Perspectives team believes that young adults who have neurodiverse conditions are as normal as those who don't have this condition.

Among the different types of neurodiversity are dyslexia, dyscalculia, and hyperlexia. Dyslexia is a learning disorder with trouble reading because of issues distinguishing discourse sounds and figuring out how to identify letters and words. On the other hand, dyscalculia is a condition that makes understanding mathematical problems and arranging sequences difficult. And lastly, hyperlexia is the incapacity to read at a young age. In addition, it can bring about trouble with mingling, a disabled capacity to think and speak.

New Perspectives believes that belonging to a community that supports neurodiversity has genuine advantages for neurodiverse young adults. It is why they offer a unique, motivational approach based on current research and best practices.

"Rather than isolating students from real-life situations and experiences, we immerse young adults in the local community," according to New Perspectives, offering Neurodiversity Oregon services.

New Perspectives Founder Justin and Janet saw the need to create a less limiting program for young adults. They felt a desire to create a program that provided the individualized support students needed in the least restrictive way possible. Thus, they offer an individualized approach to independent living.

"Too little structure can leave young adults floundering, isolating, and feeling overwhelmed, often resulting in feelings of shame as they lose confidence in their ability to make progress," they say. However, they added that "too much externally imposed structure can also leave young adults feeling controlled and even punished for experiencing challenges as they try to find their footing in the adult world."

For this reason, they focus on the specific requirements of each young adult rather than a cookie-cutter program timetable.

"Matching students' needs to the optimal amount of support and structure are crucial to creating an environment where young adults thrive," they say. They offer varied types of programs to cater to the different situations neurodiverse young adults are facing. New Perspectives provides life counseling, peer mentoring, social, recreational, and residential monitoring.

To understand better about neurodiversity and the various services offered by New Perspectives, interested parties may visit They may also call at 888.859.NPYA (6792) or


For more information about NEW PERSPECTIVES, contact the company here:

Dawn Bauer
"520 North Main Street, STE 536
Heber City, UT 84302"