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Universal Design for Learning, Neurodiversity, and Asset-Based Instruction

"The concept in which neurological difference is considered to be a “normal” human difference, neither requiring to be cured or undone. According to this view, neurological difference is to be tolerated, respected and celebrated."

Dr. Neil Shepard, "Neurodiversity - Implications for the Workplace"