What would happen if the world viewed neurodevelopmental differences like Autism, ADHD, Autism and learning difficulties differently?
That’s the basic idea of neurodiversity — that differences don’t have to only be looked at as weaknesses. They’re not problems that need to be 'fixed' or 'cured'.
They’re simply variations of the human brain.
What would be if everyone noticed the strengths that can come from these differences, instead of the challenges?
The neurodiversity view can also be very personal. Being neurodivergent can help shape identity and how people see themselves and their value in the world.
Neurodiverse people experience, interact with and interpret the world in unique ways.
Sometimes this can create challenges, but it can also lead to creative problem-solving and new ideas, which are things that benefit everyone.