neurodiversity

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neurodiversity

A popular term for the sharing of wisdom and knowledge with people from diverse backgrounds.
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Many companies and firms, like EY, are moving to make their workforces more neurodiverse by bringing in a talent pool that includes those with autism or other neurological conditions such as dyslexia, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and Tourette syndrome.
By society and businesses understanding what each neurodiverse person can offer, we can change the way we provide services from shopping and leisure, to sport and the arts.
By society and businesses understanding what each neurodiverse person can offer we can change the way we provide services from shopping and leisure, to sport and the arts.
Interviewees have included clinicians, researchers, educators, policy makers, judges, heads of various organizations, as well as parents and the neurodiverse themselves.
The Week in Neurodiversity" is another series, currently with 74 episodes, presenting inspirational stories and positive news items about neurodiverse individuals, as well as the communities that support them.
The neurodiversity movement values human differences that have often been pathologized, underscores the strengths associated with each unique neurological design, and demonstrates how partnerships and teams that include neurodiverse individuals can enhance problem solving in a complex world.
101) Such notable groups are the neurodiverse community (which is comprised of people who are on the autistic spectrum), (102) the Deaf community, (103) and the community of people of short stature as organized by a group called "Little People of America.
White discusses the prospects of an unconditional basic income as a critical social reform that would act as a catalyst to enable effective niche construction among neurodiverse adults.
While the neurodiverse may resist the pathologizing of autism, forego medical "treatment" such as Applied Behavioral Analysis, and advocate against "cures," many parents of autistic children may do just the opposite.
Employer, parents and other receive concrete strategies to making the most of a neurodiverse brain, from career options to assistive technologies.
Professor Kirby, a former Cardiff GP who has run the centre for children and adults with learning difficulties for the past 15 years, said: "Around 10% of the population have specific learning difficulties/differences, also known by some as developmental disorders, neurodiverse conditions or hidden impairments.
He is currently working on his second book project, entitled Neurodiverse Nation: why a Neurodiverse Friendly Society is a Civilized Society.