Definitions

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  • adj. Exhibiting neurodiversity; varying in mental configuration.

Etymologies

neuro- +‎ diverse (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Is there a point at which a line is drawn between "neurodiverse" and disabled?

    Disinformation

  • Now what about the other groups labeled 'neurodiverse'.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • This might be a response from a neurodiverse person, but the problem with this is that a number of these people who preach these ideas saying that autism "is only a difference" are often on SSI or are clients of state regional centers or have other taxpayer provided services for them because they have a disability.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • They will never go away or be prevented if a neurodiverse attitude is taken.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • A cliched argument among allegedly autistic neurodiverse females is that autism is underdiagnosed in females.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • It seems as many or more females than males are claiming to be autistics with a neurodiverse inclination.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • I hope that if any person touched by autism happens to read this and someone from the neurodiverse crowd gives them a homily trying to convince them of their way of thinking that they will, in the words of Nancy Reagan, just say no.www. jonathans-stories.com an autistic male interested in writing autism related articles.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • The neurodiverse are not dissimilar to Christian Missionaries who go out and try to convert lost souls.

    Neurodiversity: Just Say No

  • When I talk about "curing" autism, I am not talking about curing the "neurodiverse."

    David Kirby: There is No Autism Epidemic

  • I work for Bristol University, arranging short courses for visually impaired adults, and other post-graduate courses for deaf and/or neurodiverse students.

    History matters « Sven’s guide to…

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