Including Intellectual & Psych Disabilities in Neurodiversity

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About 1 in 7 people can be considered neurodivergent or have a brain that works outside what we expect and consider “normal” or neurotypical. When we think of neurodiversity, we often think of conditions positively associated with innovation, creativity, and brainpower that are workplace assets. In essence, we think of those who may need less support or fewer accommodations, like those with autism (who have fewer support needs), ADHD, or learning disabilities. But neurodiversity is not a sunshine and roses version of “autism-lite” or simply to make sure we bring in a pipeline of talent that might have differences in

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