Human brain function and cognitive processes vary naturally, resulting in diverse methods of thinking, learning, and processing information. It emphasizes that neurological differences, such as those linked with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other illnesses, are normal and valuable aspects of human diversity rather than disorders or deficits. Neurodiversity promotes acceptance and appreciation of neurodivergent people's abilities, skills, and contributions to society. It suggests that a more inclusive and accessible society helps everyone, regardless of neurological impairments.

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