New Zealanders are beginning to understand that they – or their children – may have conditions like ADHD, autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia, but support and access to diagnosis isn’t keeping up. A new podcast called No Such Thing as Normal, talks to experts and people living with these conditions to help us understand this complex area better, and aims to focus on and celebrate the strengths of neurodivergent people. With over 50% of New Zealand’s prison population classed as dyslexic, it is essential to explore the issue further.
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