Neurodiversity and University Accommodation

Neurodiversity and University Accommodation

Disability Rights and Education

Neurodiversity and University Accommodation

Neurodiversity and University Accommodation I am neurodiverse, my brain and CNS function differently.  In 2004, following what looked to be a stroke I say an MRI of my brain speckled with lesions. A spinal tap confirmed a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  After 15 years of looking at MRI’s, my new neurologist pointed out that my corpus callosum, the thick bundle of nerves connecting the two hemispheres of the brain, is thinning due to MS.  This piece of information, never before shared, let me understand for the first time that I am neurodiverse.  The words that fail to show up...

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