What are Neurodiversity and Neuroinclusion?

Neurodiversity acknowledges the natural diversity of thinking present in human culture.

Within this diversity, there are neurotypical and neurodivergent people. Approximately 20% of people are neurodivergent (which is an umbrella term describing those who have a different brain to the cultural norm.

An individual is either neurotypical or neurodivergent.

A group of people is either neurodiverse or has excluded neurodivergent people.

A neurodiverse environment which expects neurotypical norms, ideals and expectations is neuronormative.

Neuroinclusive environments are inclusive of the norms, ideals and expectations that work for both neurotypical and neurodivergent people.