What is

neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is the idea that various so-called neurological dysfunctions should be accepted within the normal range of the human genome and be viewed as a normal thing to have. This ideology was proposed in the late 1990s by Australian sociologist Judy Singer. Neurodiversity represents a new and fundamentally different way of looking at conditions that were traditionally viewed; It ‘s a viewpoint that is not universally accepted although it is increasingly supported by science.