Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Neurodivergent People in the United States

What is neurodiversity?

Different people have different kinds of brains that are good at different things. One of the orange people is good at art while the other one is good at planting. The black one is good at puzzles and problem solving while the yellow one is good at statistics with their brain being a line graph. The green one is good at connecting the dots. This is neurodiversity shown.
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Coined by autistic sociologist Judy Singer in the 1990s, neurodiversity is a social justice movement promoting the idea that people experience and navigate the world around them in different ways; there is no “right” way to learn, behave, and think. Though neurodiversity is usually in the context of autism…

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Hana Gabrielle Bidon

Hana Gabrielle Bidon

Hello, I’m Hana Gabrielle. I’m passionate about tech for social good, mental health, neurodiversity, & everything else in between.