Written by Monica van Schaik with wisdom from Noah Seback and Giorgena Sarantopoulos (originally posted at I-ASC on March 9, 2022)
Neurodiversity is the recognition that neurological differences are natural and normal just like biodiversity. Neurodiversity is a fact. Differences in how we think, learn, feel, sense, and regulate occur amongst all humans. The term, neurodiversity, was coined by Judy Singer, a speaking autistic woman who understood neurological difference as another identity that faces marginalization and stigma in our society today, much like people who are marginalized or stigmatized because of their race, class, gender, or sexual orientation.
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