NEURODIVERSITY: The Hidden Strengths of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and Other Brain Differences, Thomas Armstrong

A psychologist argues that the line between the “normal” and “abnormal” is much more fluid than previously thought, that we label our children and ourselves too easily as having psychological disorders, and that we need to move beyond a “culture of disability” by recognizing and respecting the differences in brain structure that underlie these labels and the strengths that they confer. (Da Capo/Perseus Publishing/2010)