Neurodiversity is a term that describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways; there is no one "right" way of thinking, learning, and behaving, and differences are not viewed as deficits. Neurodiversity recognizes that cognitive processes are diverse and different. Individuals will experience and interact with the world around them in different ways. Neurodiversity focuses on an individual's unique brain and their unique skills, abilities, and needs. One person's way of thinking and behaving might look different to another person, but is not a deficit.
Different types of neurodiverse conditions include but are not limited to:
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