“What is neurodiversity?”
It’s the variety of ways that human minds work. No two people think exactly alike, in how we perceive the world and process that information. But there’s a range that’s considered “typical,” and minds that fall outside that range sometimes get a label for what makes them unique. One of those labels is “autism.”
Neurodiversity is a fact, but it’s also a movement. It means recognizing and celebrating the beauty of all minds, and supporting one another in the unique challenges that we face.