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Neurodiversity: What you need to know

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For kids with learning and thinking differences, the idea of neurodiversity has real benefits. It can help kids (and their parents) frame their challenges as differences, rather than as deficits. It can also shed light on instructional approaches that might help to highlight particular strengths kids have . One such approach is Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Learn more about neurodiversity and what it can mean for your child.