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A Neurodiversity Facts and Myths Primer

So you’re doing a story about Neurodiversity, or you want to know more about the Neurodiversity Movement. We’re here to help. First, It’s useful to know what the terms “neurodiversity” and “neurodiversity movement” mean.

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Mental Disorder or Neurodiversity?

Embracing, not fixing, mental differences

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Celebrating Neurodiversity in the Classroom

Tracy Murray has witnessed a lot of change in her 27 years of work in classrooms. But in her view, no shift has been as radical—or as positive—as the difference in the way children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are viewed by society.

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Teaching Tips for Children and Adults with Autism

Good teachers helped me to achieve success. I was able to overcome autism because I had good teachers.

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Learning Theory and Neurodiversity in the Education System

Neurodiversity has become a word frequently bandied about when we talk about schooling, acceptance, psychology, and workplace integration. What is neurodiversity, and why is it so important?

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Autism Acceptance Not Awareness: A Perspective Shift Is Needed

The most radical act you can perform as an ally to Autistic people is to accept them exactly as they are and beyond that to celebrate them and their neurotype.

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Social Problems: Understanding Emotions and Developing Talents

I put a great deal of emphasis on employment because I see so many very intelligent people with autism and Asperger's syndrome without satisfying jobs. A satisfying profession made life have meaning for me. I am what I do and think instead of what I feel.

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Neurodiversity Helps Parents Understand the Atypical Ways Kids Think

Brain differences such as autism, ADHD, and dyslexia are not something to be cured, but something to be embraced as part of human diversity.

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How to Create an Inclusive Learning Environment for Neurodiverse Students

Many teachers are still exploring the nuances of what it means to be a neurodiverse learner and how to create a fully inclusive classroom.

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Autistic People Make Great Social Partners if You Actually Give Them a Chance

For many years, researchers have treated the individual traits and characteristics of autistic people as an enduring essence of their autism-- in isolation of the social context and without even asking autistic people what their social life is actually like. However, perspective matters.

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