We are All in this Together – Annual CUC Stigma Free Mental Health Awareness Service

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One of the many ways that human beings experience diversity is through our brain function. Experiences and behaviors that in the past have been labeled “abnormal” or “problematic,” such as dyslexia, ADHD, and Autism spectrum disorder, are now better understood to be a part of our natural human neurodiversity. Rather than problems to be solved, they are more experiences to be understood. All of us can play a part in better understanding this particular type of diversity and the ways that we can work together to allow each of us to flourish, given the various ways we each move through this world.