The Neurodiversity Movement arose from the resistance of neurominority activists to their exclusion from employment, health, and education etc.

But if the movement is fully understood and used properly, it will find itself humanizing the working conditions of all humans, and providing an adequate standard of living for all, not just those with inherited wealth, paid employment, or entrepreneurial abilities.

Source: NeuroDiversity 2.0: Is “Paid-Employedness” the new “Next to Godliness”?

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