What is Neurodiversity?
Neurodiversity is the diversity of human minds and the fact that brains vary among all individuals.
Neurodiversity acknowledges the full range of naturally occurring variations in cognition, learning, behavior, and socialization that exists within the population. It equally values those with neurological traits which are more common (neurotypical) alongside those with neurological differences like autism, ADHD, dyslexia, or other mental diagnoses that occur less frequently (neurodivergent).
Each of us is wired differently, and we all have strengths and challenges.
At Center for Neurodiverse Learners, our mission is to empower students of all ages with the cognitive, executive functioning, social and emotional skills they need to become self-aware, independent and efficient lifelong learners.