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Building neurodiversity-inclusive postsecondary campuses

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posted on 23.11.2022, 23:44 authored by Alexandra HaschekAlexandra Haschek

Partrick Dwyer is an autistic PhD candidate at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain, working with Dr Susan Rivera. 

Access the video of the OTARC seminar and slides from Patrick's presentation.

Learn about proposed reforms to address the challenges and barriers faced by neurodivergent people. This talk is based on an article written by neurodivergent students, researchers, and their allies. In addition to measures to promote better communication and to increase the accessibility, usefulness, and extent of disability accommodations and supports, these reforms include changes aimed at fully recognizing neurodiversity as an important aspect of diversity, equity, and inclusion, such as by tackling stigma and supporting disability/neurodivergent community and culture. 

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