Neurotypical Children

Inclusive Classes

18 Months - 12 Years Old

The word “neurotypical” is quite new, but it is becoming increasingly popular in schools, at autism conferences and events, and in therapists’ offices. It has no absolute medical or psychological meaning. It doesn’t describe a particular personality, trait, or set of abilities.

Diversity

Skills That Children Will Learn

In fact, “normal” perceptions and behaviors vary radically depending on culture, gender, situation, socioeconomic level, and many other factors.

  • Strong Social Skills
  • Makes Friends and Relationships Easily
  • Participates in Loud Crowds With Ease
  • Does Not have Diagnosis of Autism
  • Behaves Appropriately in Situations
  • Fine Motor Skills

Curriculum for Kids

Program Details

Neurotypical people are those individuals who do not have a diagnosis of autism or any other intellectual or developmental different.  A “neurotypical” person is an individual who thinks, perceives, and behaves in ways that are considered to be “normal” by the general population.

In fact, “normal” perceptions and behaviors vary radically depending on culture, gender, situation, socioeconomic level, and many other factors..

In fact, “normal” perceptions and behaviors vary radically depending on culture, gender, situation, socioeconomic level, and many other factors.

In fact, “normal” perceptions and behaviors vary radically depending on culture, gender, situation, socioeconomic level, and many other factors..

Kids Classes

It is, of course, possible to have no diagnosed developmental or intellectual disorders, and thus be definable as neurotypical. But there are significant differences between “normal” and “not diagnosed.” In addition, there is no stable, universally understood concept of “normal.” In fact, “normal” perceptions and behaviors vary radically depending on culture, gender, situation, socioeconomic level, and many other factors. In some cultures, for example, direct eye contact is expected; in others, it’s considered rude. In some cultures, physical contact with relative strangers is considered normal while in others it’s considered odd and off-putting. But, certain things are self-evident in certain situations.

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Testimonials About the Zefer Foundation

As every mother of an autistic child would, I definitely was looking for a school that I could rely on. Trusting your child in someone else’s hands isn’t easy, however the Zefer Foundation (ZAA) proved that I can be calm about my kid’s well-being and education. Thank you so much!

Deanna Moore

Deanna Moore

Mother

Your gallery and class set up  is great! Every parent should know that they can have a resource in and around their home where they can rely on professional help with kids, and that here they can learn a lot about education, parenting, learning and teaching. this means a lot in today’s world. Thanks for everything!

Henry Montega

Henry Montega

Father

Thank you for the wonderful programs that our kids get to enjoy and participate in! I loved how everything is organized, and can tell for sure that my kids are in great caring hands of professional teachers. I appreciate what you do for us!

Sandy Johnson

Sandy Johnson

Mother