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The Science of Reading

On this episode, learn more about how the "science of reading" puts literacy at the cornerstone of success.

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Featured Episode

All in the (Neurodiverse) Family

It’s not unusual for parents to gaze at their kids and see little mirrors reflecting back. Children can inherit mom and dad’s eyes, hair color, freckles, and other physical traits. And if mom and dad’s brains are wired differently, time…

A World of Difference featured guest.
Featured Episode

Assistive Technology For Students With Learning Differences

Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle observed that “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all.” For kids with learning differences, one of the most power tools at their disposal is assistive technology. What is…

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Featured Episode

The Science of Reading

On this episode, learn more about how the "science of reading" puts literacy at the cornerstone of success.

Featured Episode

All in the (Neurodiverse) Family

It’s not unusual for parents to gaze at their kids and see little mirrors reflecting back. Children can inherit mom and dad’s eyes, hair color, freckles, and other physical traits. And if mom and dad’s brains are wired differently, time…

Featured Episode

Assistive Technology For Students With Learning Differences

Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle observed that “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all.” For kids with learning differences, one of the most power tools at their disposal is assistive technology. What is…

Press & Awards

Why Does Neurodiverse Programming Matter?

Tapping into a market that is often overlooked or seen as an afterthought, A World of Difference educates audiences through heartfelt stories of the neurodivergent and works toward establishing neurodiversity in a more inclusive future.

MEET JHILLIKA KUMAR

A Difference Maker

Jhillika Kumar is a neurodivergent (AuDHDer) whose passion for neurodiversity stems from growing up with her non-speaking autistic brother Vikram. After 27 years of being unable to communicate his thoughts, Vikram learned how to type through an accessible letterboard. Uncovering his vast intelligence and eloquence inspired Kumar to find a solution to empower those overlooked by society. Kumar partnered with Conner Reinhardt to found Mentra—the world’s largest neurodiversity employment network.