New paradigms often require a bit of new language. This is certainly the case with the neurodiversity paradigm – even the word neurodiversity itself is still relatively new, having been coined by autistic sociologist Judy Singer in 1998. I see many Source: Neurodiversity: Some Basic Terms & Definitions
Early on in my process of designing my Critical Perspectives on Autism and Neurodiversity course for the undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies program at California Institute of Integral Studies, I asked myself the question, “What are the most essential and indispensible guiding principles any ... Source: Guiding Principles for a Course on Autism
Neurodiversity excludes ‘severe’ children like my son…” “Neurodiversity is only for ‘high functioning autistics, and it ignores the needs of others…” “You can’t speak for my child because you can’t possibly know what they go through…” This is 100% the most common argument against the neurodiversity movement. Source: Neurodiversity Doesn't Exclude Your Autistic Child... You … Continue reading Neurodiversity Doesn’t Exclude Your Autistic Child… You Do.
Just because you value neurological differences doesn’t mean you’re denying the reality of disabilities Source: Clearing Up Some Misconceptions about Neurodiversity - Scientific American Blog Network
Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia < Talk:Autism Speaks Jump to navigationJump to search This is a collection of links discussing various controversies involving Autism Speaks. While most of them are not WP:RS in themselves, they may be useful to identify topics to discuss, and/or point to RS's that can be included in the article. Further … Continue reading Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links – Wikipedia
On the neurological underpinnings of geekdom. f you've happened across Jon Katz's columns on "Geek Force" in recent editions of HotWired, you're likely to have read pronouncements like the following: "The idea of geek pride [is] stirring, ascending. The rise of the geeks has an epic feeling." As Katz describes them, geeks are nerds plus modems; they have the nerd's … Continue reading Neurodiversity – The Atlantic | Circa Sept 1998
Steve Silberman From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Steve Silberman Nationality American Alma mater Oberlin College, University of California, Berkeley Genre non-fiction Notable work Neurotribes Notable awards Kavli Science Journalism Award for Magazine Writing Samuel Johnson Prize Steve Silberman is an American writer for Wired magazine and has been an editor and contributor there for … Continue reading Steve Silberman – Wikipedia