Neurodiversity: The Definititve Guide

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Did you know that about 1 in 7 people are neurodiverse? They include Bill Gates, Emily Dickinson, Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Whoopi Goldberg, Michelangelo and Charles Darwin, according to some reports.

The neurodiversity movement is strong. This article is meant to give you a high-level understanding of its impact on work and life.

What is a neurodiverse person?

What is neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is a relatively new term coined in 1998 by autistic, Australian sociologist Judy Singer in 1998. The neurodiversity definition began as a way to describe people on the Autistic spectrum. Neurodiversity has since broadened to include people with:

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