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Neurodiversity May Not be as Atypical as You Think

Posted by Melissa Robertson-Bye on

We all know someone who is a little different than everyone else we know. In fact, you probably know several people who you may think are 'quirky' or a little socially awkward. They 'dance to the beat of their own drum,' as my grandma used to say. Well, grandma wasn't familiar with neurodiversity, which is the concept that there are differences in the way that people's brains process information.  Neurodiversity considers the differences to be normal and not caused by diseases or health-related defects. Neurodiversity also recognizes many different types of behaviours and degrees of expression. ADHD, autism, Asperger's syndrome,...

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What is Neurodiversity?

Posted by Melissa Robertson-Bye on

Neurodiversity is a concept that some brains work differently and don't require correction or 'treatment'.

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