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Neurodiversity & Neurodivergence Resources

Neurodivergence is the term for when someone's brain processes, learns, and/or behaves differently from what is considered "typical." There are different methods of learning and processing information, some of which become disabilities in an inaccessible and ableist society. If you can relate, know that you are not alone. There are many experiences of neurodivergence - which may be unrecognized, undiagnosed, or present in varying ways.

These resources have been selected from the Conestoga Library collection to give you a wide variety of resources as a starting point in your quest for knowledge, whether you're looking for information for a research project, your course, or for personal growth.
If you know of a helpful neurodiversity or neurodivergence resource we don't have in our collection, please recommend the resource to our collection development staff.