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“Neural Diversity” is defined as a brain that works differently and can enhance or hinder certain abilities. Many people who are neurally diverse can be associated with ADD, Dyslexia, Autisim, Bi-polar and a number of other conditions.
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Self Medication Part 2: Mental Health Recovery Process Posted: January 31, 2022 by Caroline RamosAuthor Brian Belt, sharing a continuation on the topic and Blog on Self Medication So, after I finally confided details of my thought... Read More »
Self-medication and a first step in the mental health recovery process Posted: January 14, 2022 by Caroline RamosUpon returning to the states after experiencing my first major psychotic break, I was pressured by both my parents to speak with a... Read More »
Transitioning from College to the Workplace as a Neurodiverse Individual By Katie Corrigan Posted: December 17, 2021 by Katherine CorriganWhen I was in the third grade, I was diagnosed with ADD and dyscalculia, the latter meaning that I struggle to comprehend math. While my... Read More »
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Man Attributes His Success of Becoming a Doctor to Being Raised by His Dad Who has Down Syndrome Posted: October 24, 2021 by Rob HealySader Issa, who studied dentistry in Syria, attributes his success today to being raised by his father, Jad, who has Down Syndrome. “Our... Read More »
Dating Apps Have Failed Autistic Users, But That Can Change Posted: September 1, 2021 by Rob HealyImagine living in a world in which you have a 1 in 3 chance of ever going on a date. Now imagine that even if you somehow find yourself in... Read More »
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The range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits regarded as part of normal variation in the human population. ' Neurodiversity is the idea that neurological variations are known and valued as any other human variation.
Schizophrenia symptoms typically come on gradually, begin in young adulthood, and in many cases never resolve. There is no objective diagnostic test; the diagnosis is used to describe observed behavior that may stem from numerous different causes.