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Neurodiversity: Embracing Intellectual Differences

Alanna Whitney

Alanna Whitney is a woman with autism: but not only does she not let this hold her back, she takes pride in it. In this growing “neurodiversity” movement, adults with intellectual disabilities find a sense of identity and community with others. Instead of letting their conditions hold them back, these people recognize that they are simply different: and that comes with both gifts and disabilities.

Find out more about this growing movement here.