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CONFIRMED David Cornell signs two year deal.

Is he 5'11 as Wiki says, or 6'2 as his bio says, or 4'9 as some have implied? looking at the pictures of training he looks a bit taller than Woodman but the young lad looks taller than both..
 
In simple terms what is neurodiversity?

The more awareness of conditions the better so fair play to Cornell for talking about it.
 
In simple terms what is neurodiversity?

The more awareness of conditions the better so fair play to Cornell for talking about it.
Neurodiversity is a catch-all phrase that basically accepts not all brains function in the same way. It's used positively and is a way of celebrating different rather than phrases such as 'disabilities' or 'special needs'. It's a way of saying there's no 'normal'.
 
In simple terms what is neurodiversity?

The more awareness of conditions the better so fair play to Cornell for talking about it.


Neurodiversity refers to the concept that neurological differences, including various brain conditions and disorders, are natural variations of the human brain rather than deficits or abnormalities. While the term primarily focuses on conditions such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and dyspraxia, it encompasses a broader range of conditions as well. Some of the brain conditions that come under the banner of neurodiversity include:

  1. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
  2. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  3. Dyslexia
  4. Dyspraxia
  5. Tourette syndrome
  6. Giftedness and high IQ
  7. Synesthesia
  8. Bipolar disorder
  9. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  10. Sensory processing disorder (SPD)
  11. Specific learning disabilities (e.g., dyscalculia, dysgraphia)
  12. Schizophrenia
  13. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  14. Nonverbal learning disorder (NVLD)
  15. Intellectual disabilities
It is important to note that neurodiversity encompasses a wide range of conditions and perspectives, highlighting the value and strengths that neurodivergent individuals bring to society.
 
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