Below are the best articles we could find on Neurodiversity and learning styles.
Maggie Coughlin shares some lessons she’s learned in understanding her own autism and how to work with her neurodiversity and that of the students she teaches.
Can museums offer early hours, stress-reducing activities, play space, quiet space, learning tools, educated staff, sensory aids, and/or programs tailored for those with developmental disabilities?
As an academic coach for students with ADHD, most of my demographic is college-aged, and during this pandemic they have struggled mightily.
College students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have a harder time making it to graduation than their peers do, a new study suggests.
Alex Conner and James Brown explain why adult ADHD is linked to underachievement in higher education and what institutions can do to support better outcomes for those with the condition.
To effectively communicate with autistic students, here’s what IT teams need to understand to be inclusive.
Students with anxiety disorders, autism and other disabilities are struggling with the disruption of their normal routines after the move to remote education.
College students with ADHD face unique challenges—increased academic and social demands; diminished support; and elevated risk for anxiety, stress, and mood disorders—that often lead to adverse outcomes.
I am autistic. I am also the mother of an autistic child, and the wife of a neurotypical (nonautistic) partner. We are a neurodiverse family.
When an ADHD brain leaves one task to go to another, and then back again, they may have a difficult time finding their footing in what they were doing in that original task, AND not have the motivation to begin it.
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