- May 21, 2008
- In Dillman's Grove
A PERSON EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS is the clunkiest.I suppose the thinking is to not define the staff member by their neurodivergence, in the same way as it isn't the done thing to refer to an "autistic person" anymore and should instead use "person with autism."
The phrasing the CEO used does seem a bit clunky.
A PERSON EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS is the clunkiest.
First they came with the “service users” talk, but I did not speak up...
This is an odd one. Whether a person "identifies as" or not they are medically classified as neuro divergent?Because not everyone who has ASD, ADHD, etc. identifies as neurodivergent.
It’s not a medical definition, it’s a socially constructed one. The medical definitions are ASD, ADHD, dyspraxia, etc.This is an odd one. Whether a person "identifies as" or not they are medically classified as neuro divergent?
Having variation in cognitive functioning makes you neurodivergent. Learn about the different types of neurodivergences, along with what they mean.exceptionalindividuals.com
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