Neurodiverse Empathy for Neurotypical Citizenry

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neurotypical

individuals often assume that their experience of the world is either the “only one” or the “only correct one”

indicative traits ad nauseam display of “arrogant superiority”.

neurotypical, neu·ro·typ·i·cal, /ˌn(y)o͝orōˈtipikəl/

adjective:

neurotypical; adjective: neuro-typical

not displaying or characterized by autistic or other neurologically atypical patterns of thought or behavior.

“neurotypical individuals often assume that their experience of the world is either the only one or the only correct one”

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Neurodiversity terminology is for humans with learning and attention issues, has real benefits.

It can help adults, children and their parents, frame their challenges as differences, rather than as deficits.

Neurodiversity: What You Need to Know - Understood.org

https://www.understood.org

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atypical, a·typ·i·cal, /ˌāˈtipək(ə)l/, adjective

adjective: atypical

not representative of a type, group, or class.

“a sample of people who are rather atypical of the target audience”

synonyms:

unusual, untypical, nontypical, uncommon, unconventional, unorthodox, off-center, anomalous, irregular, abnormal, aberrant, deviant, divergent; strange, odd, peculiar, curious, bizarre, weird, queer, freakish, freak, eccentric, quirky, alien; exceptional, singular, rare, unique, isolated, unrepresentative, out of the way, out of the ordinary, extraordinary; out of the common; informalfunny, oddball, off the wall, wacko, wacky, way out, freaky, kinky, something else; informalrum

“a lack of social relationships is atypical”

antonyms:

typical

common

average

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neurodiverse, /ˌn(y)o͝orōdəˈvərs,ˌ adjective

adjective: neurodiverse; adjective: neuro-diverse

displaying or characterized by autistic or other neurologically atypical patterns of thought or behavior; not neurotypical.

“the intended audiences for the courses include both neurodiverse and neurotypical students”

Origin

early 21st century: from neuro- + diverse.

Translate neurodiverse to

What does Neurodiverse mean in relation to autism?

https://neurodiversitysymposium.wordpress.com

Neurodiversity is a concept where neurological differences are to be recognized and respected as any other human variation.

These differences can include those labeled with Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyscalculia, Autistic Spectrum, Tourette

Neurodiversity - neurological differences like autism and ADHD are the result of normal, natural variation in the human genome.

PTSD syndrome might fall into this category of mental disorders?

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neurotypical; adjective: neuro-typical

not displaying or characterized by autistic or other neurologically atypical patterns of thought or behavior.

“neurotypical individuals often assume that their experience of the world is either the only one or the only correct one”

Ad coelum doctrine (Latin for “whoever’s is the soil, it is theirs all the way to Heaven and all the way to Hell”)

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