Diversity in Kids’ Worlds
Our team have been looking at the importance of D&I in research and wider culture.
We asked members of our Hack Squad with experience of Neurodivergence to share their stories- from those with Autism, ADHD and Dyspraxia, to a mum of a boy with Tourettes, to SEN teachers in the US and UK. We are honoured to share their experiences, frustrations and hopes around neurodivergence, and listen to their advice on what brands and businesses can do better.
Generation Alpha are the first truly digital natives, born with iPads in their hands and technology acting as an extension of their real-life world. With this as their background, is their ability to think and be creative truly at risk? Will they lose agency as they submit to the passive experience of tech? Will they abandon pen and paper completely?
We can all agree that at age 12 and under, Gen Alphas are far too young to define the word “sustainability.” But at The Pineapple Lounge, we also know first-hand that this group of littles has shockingly sophisticated answers to questions about the things that need changing in the world.