Above: Disability symbols – white silhouettes of a person in a wheelchair, two hands signing, a blind person with a cane, and a brain inside a person’s head – sit against a multicolored background. Image comes from Penn Creative Strategy. You might be wondering why I champion acceptance for neurodiverse
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The start of a new job, is an exciting and nerve-wracking time for almost everyone. While most people are excited to start their new line of work, it also comes with a lot of changes: new schedule, responsibilities, people, etc. For many, all these changes can be scary and cause lots of stress.
In the past, Autism, ADHD, and various learning disabilities were considered problems that needed to be “fixed.” Recently, psychologists and other scientists have begun to understand that these differences are simply a variation in how the brain works. Today, while there are relatively more opportunities for neurodivergent individuals, awareness and education in
Above: Word cloud, entitled Neurodiverse Community, in the shape of two hands forming a heart in the space between their open palms. The title is in a dark reddish-pink while the other words are black against a white background. Words include the names of a variety of forms of neurodivergence, including autism spectrum,