There can't be one definition of a state that has 'diversity' in it.
How does NEURODIVERGENCE feel to you? Submit your perspective via the form below.
“Neurodiversity = perspective of transformation” - Jules Armstrong @jules_verb
"Empowering others with art and make my roots visible. Everyone is unique and full of love" - Lin Mai @yourney.lin
"Being different, thinking different, seeing the world through your own lenses. Our brains aren't wired red to red and black to black but that's okay, we're here and we're wonderful." - Rose Parker @psychosispsositivity
"I totally get that as I explore my mind, Rob's mind, and my kids' minds." - Melissa Cheechoo @melissacheechoo
"Each brain is different, and the expression of psychological phenomena affects each person in a unique way. Some embrace and celebrate their experiences, some don't notice what is happening or misunderstand, some deny. Neurodiversity represents the spectrum of brains, how they work, how we express our selves." - Dana, @spazgirl
"Neurodiversity is, for me, to recognize each one is unique and unparalled, and that if you want to live in peace with yourself, you must be open to change within changing times. Accepting psychosis is accepting imagination too." - Gabriel, @rojasreveco