Since neurodivergent brains are just beginning to be understood, female neurodivergent brains are even less so. I am only about the touch the tip of the iceberg here, but I hope I open up some possibilities for others to explore the topic further.
The Complicated Task of Explaining Your Thoughts
What I see from behind their eyes is often not rigidity, (although it can appear so from the outside,) but a complex system of learning, understanding, asking further questions, and back to understanding again. The idea of trying to explain the process at any given point in this loop is in and of itself a skillset...
Do Neuroatypical Children Grieve Differently?
How can we know what a non-neurotypical student needs, especially when our own needs are not always being met? For teachers, parents, and professionals.
“Smart” Is Not a Side Thing
Differently wired and a mystery? Don't forget the smart part.
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