Neurodiversity – Types of Neurodivergence
It’s fair to say that if we’re all different, there aren’t really any labels we can give each other when it comes to our neurocognitive functions. Still, for those of us at the ends of some of the spectra of thinking styles, there are certain characteristics that are shared. It can be useful to know about these, as well as the medical definitions of some common neurodivergent conditions, even if we accept that in spite of them, no two people are ever exactly alike. This course will help with your understanding of different types of neurodivergence.
- Neurodivergence as it relates to neurodiversity
- Issues with labelling
- ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder)
- Tic disorders
- OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)