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Neurodiversity: Resources

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On Serendip
Learning "From the Inside": A Neurodiverse World, a book commentary
The Slippery Brain Sodality, a book club
Difference, Diversity, and Disability, a forum and collection of more general resources
Elsewhere on the web
Developmental Topographical Disorientation (Topographagnosia)
Institute for the Study of the Neurologically Typical
Neurodiversity Forever; The Disability Movement Turns to Brains (New York Times)
Autism and The Concept of Neurodiversity (Disability Studies Quarterly 30(1), 2010)
Recommended reading
A Mind Apart: Travels in a Neurodiverse World by Susanne Antonetta