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STEM  Sprouts

STEM Sprouts Social Groups

S.T.E.M. Sprouts delivers specialized accessible S.T.E.M. based programs for neurodivergent
students. Fostering a fun exploration of S.T.E.M. in a low-pressure environment to allow for
genuine social connections to develop. Our approach in working with neurodivergent students
is a commitment to providing neurodiversity affirming supports, and encouraging each student
to be genuinely themselves. Program activities are individualized to the strengths/support
needs of each student.

Within a safe space that actively works to reduce barriers to learning and thriving,
incorporation of individualized goals can be worked on. Our programs value incorporating
interests, allowing for sensory breaks, catering to individual learning styles or communication
styles, and more!

S.T.E.M. education should be accessible to all, especially for those whose learning styles may
not align with the general education system.

STEM Explorers Programs:
Robotics, 3D printing, LEGO, science experiments, Minecraft…and more!

Take a step towards an opportunity to be a part of an inclusive S.T.E.M. themed wonderland.
S.T.E.M. Explorers allows each student to explore their interests or develop new interests
within S.T.E.M. Individualized goals are incorporated within each of the group sessions, where
students can work towards goals that are meaningful to them and family like:
 Developing social connections
 Executive functioning skills/adaptations
 Problem solving
 Exploring S.T.E.M.
 …and more!

This program provides opportunities to sample each interest within each domain of S.T.E.M.
They will get the opportunity to explore basic coding and robotics skills; learn how to create
using a 3D printer; problem solve and build using their creativity and imagination; and much

Using a person-centered approach, individualized goals are identified through a collaborative
assessment process with the student and parents. At the end of the program, families will
receive a final report that includes:
● Summary of child’s experience in the program
● Goal updates (how they were worked on, how it went)
● Individualized recommendations (S.T.E.M. activities, resources, toys…etc)
● Photos/videos of student in program (if consent is given at the start)

Payments accepted:
● Autism Funding
● CKNW grants
● E-transfer
● Paypal.
● Self-Design

Submit a registration inquiry for more information regarding payment and fees. If you have any
questions, feel free to contact us!

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