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Neurodiversity Celebrate The Spectrum Shirt

The cumulative effect of these studies suggests that a more judicious approach to treating mental disorders would be to replace a “disability” or “illness” paradigm with a “diversity” perspective that takes into account both strengths and weaknesses and the idea that variation can be positive in and of itself. To this end, a new term has arisen within the autism rights community: neurodiversity. Although the origin of the neurodiversity movement is often traced back to a speech entitled “Don’t Mourn for Us,” given by autism activist Jim Sinclair at the 1993 International Conference on Autism in Toronto [19], the word itself was first used by autism rights advocate Judy Singer and New York journalist Harvey Blume to articulate the needs of people with autism who did not want to be defined by a disability label but wished to be seen instead as neurologically different [20, 21]. Since that time, the use of the term has continued to grow beyond the autism rights movement to fields such as disability studies, special education, higher education, business, counseling, and medicine [22-27]. Embracing the concept of neurodiversity would bring the study of mental health disorders in line with movements that have already taken place over the past 50 years around biodiversity and cultural diversity [28, 29]. As Harvey Blume noted, “Neurodiversity may be every bit as crucial for the human race as biodiversity is for life in general. Who can say what form of wiring will prove best at any given moment?” How absurd it would be to label a calla lily as having “petal deficit disorder” or to diagnose a person from Holland as suffering from “altitude deprivation syndrome.” There is no normal flower or culture. Similarly, we ought to accept the fact that there is no normal brain or mind.

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International investment.Since Jenner’s discovery, governments have often invested, albeit unevenly and incompletely, in vaccines. Initially vaccines were considered a matter of national pride and prestige. They quickly became integral to utilitarian and public health notions of societal security, productivity, and protection. In Europe and North America during the nineteenth century, for instance, smallpox vaccination was made compulsory under state laws. In the twentieth century, as the standard battery of childhood immunizations, including diphtheria, measles, mumps, and rubella, was developed, vaccination was frequently managed or adjudicated by governmental entities (from the municipal to the federal) and eventually was required for public school attendance.

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