Neurodivergent - A Challenge or an atypical way of learning?

Individuals that are neurodivergent are masterminds in disguise. They just need a positive environment and a little extra help to reach that full potential despite learning challenges. Judy Singer, a sociologist with autism, popularized the term "neurodiversity" in the late 90s: It refers to the idea that certain brain development is a result of natural brain variances that can become a competitive advantage for corporates. Neurodivergence happens when someone's brain processes, learns, and /or behaves differently from what is considered "typical" or "standard".

There are many individuals who struggle at the workplace and tend to feel overwhelmed with basic paperwork. They may not understand why. Most of the time, adults who are dealing with learning challenges are undiagnosed and may be completely oblivious to their needs and blame their issues on their own inability. This can have an impact on professional choices, as well as low self-esteem and emotions of worth, which can lead to emotional and psychological problems including depression.

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