(May be a little United States oriented, but still very relevant) Found on the CAMHS websitehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWxmEv7fOFY&t "Neurodiversity may be as vital for the human race as biodiversity is for life in general"
Interesting ideas from the video, I wonder what the UK stats are?!
I think at a certain point medical diagnoses have their place, i.e. in determining what level of learning support an individual should have access to.
I think it's more about changing the perception of the terminology rather than the terminology itself.
Totally agree with the opposition to 'labelling' expressed here and being open minded about student abilities. Who in education actually does the 'labelling'?