Neurodivergent children see and interact with the world in unique and special ways.
A neurodivergent child thinks atypically but that does not mean they are broken or need to be fixed. Neurodiversity is a concept that includes a range of diagnoses and whilst there is no fixed established definition it is generally accepted to include ADHD, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, Down syndrome and other forms of different cognitive processing.
Whilst neurodiversity does bring challenges, it also brings opportunities. When neurodiversity is embraced, we can look beyond the difficulties, be open to different methods of learning and see the creative potential of thinking differently.
The books in this collection reflect neurodiversity, challenge stereotypes, help break down stigma and embrace difference.
For resources visit neurodiversityweek.com
And further reading in our collections;