About Us

Liz Dunoon
Jillian Zocher​

Get Into Neurodiversity is an ethical, innovative, international professional development platform in Specific Learning Difficulties and Neurodiversity, borne out of charitable efforts towards learning difficulties in Australia by its founders, Jillian Zocher and Liz Dunoon. As it is more the norm than the exception for specific learning difficulties to overlap, Get Into Neurodiversity rose to the demand for quality training to address these varying needs.

Get Into Neurodiversity offers ground-breaking, online, on-demand, video-based, accredited courses, regardless of your location and time zone.

All of our courses are written and presented by international experts and authors within the field of specific Learning Difficulties and Neurodiversity.

The list of training accreditation approvals from education quality standards authorities around the world, continues to grow due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from Heads of Schools, Deputy Heads, Allied Health Professionals, Learning Support Teachers, Teachers, Teacher Aides and extends to parents and carers.

It is our goal to share this platform with you so as to remove the barriers to learning and be able to reach and teach students across the age range for better life outcomes and improved self-confidence thereby allowing us to celebrate neurodiversity within our ever-changing world.

Meet Our Lead Instructors

Emeritus Professor Amanda Kirby has an international reputation in the field of Neurodiversity. She is the current chair of the ADHD Foundation … See More
Steve’s experience spans over forty years of work and research in special and mainstream education. In 1986, he founded, developed and built … See More
Fin is one of the leading behaviour and learning specialists in the UK. He trained as a secondary Science and PE teacher after studying Zoology and … See More
Lindsay is a Practitioner Psychologist, international speaker, author & expert witness. In 2002, she was appointed CBE for services to Education … See More
Liz Dunoon is a teacher and a mother to 3 children all with dyslexia. She is the author of 4 books including ‘Helping Children With Dyslexia’, the creator of… See More
Jillian Zocher is Specific Learning Difficulties Specialist for students across the age range. She completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties… See More
Tom started his University career at The University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand after gaining a doctorate at The University of Minnesota. In 1990, he won an Associate Professor… See More