Neuroinclusion is neurodiversity’s next frontier. It refers to our ability as a society to accept, respect and celebrate all thinking types, rooted in the belief that although all minds are not created equal, they deserve to be treated equally.

Neurodiversity is the different ways we as humans think, communicate and see the world. It’s the fact that variations in the human genome that include autism, ADHD, OCD, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and dyslexia, among others, are just normal variations of the brain.

It is just a way of being human.

Neurodivergent individuals represent at least 20% of the adult population. It is manifested across race, gender, and orientation as well. This “intersectionality” means that we cannot talk fully about diversity, equity, and inclusion, without neurodiversity taking its rightful place at that table.

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Words matter and language plays a key role in shaping our perception of the world.

The way we speak and the words we use, become a code that may lead others to think about things in a specific way. We can drastically change someone’s perspective by how we choose to talk about and frame something.

At the individual level, using positive language around neurodiversity is the biggest single change we can make in order to move towards more neuroinclusive societies. 

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