Category Archives: nonverbal learning disorder

Call for submissions: stories about living with Nonverbal Learning Disorder

People who self-identify as having nonverbal learning disorder are invited to submit stories to be a part of a zine. Continue reading

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Five unhelpful things I wish people would stop saying to me

When people say “you seem normal”, it just sounds like they are afraid of neurodivergence and “crazy” people. It’s a veiled form of ableism. Continue reading

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I am invisible

There is almost nothing written about nonverbal learning disorder in adults. Almost nothing.¬†What little there is, is written by the so-called “experts” – psychologists and the like, often about how to recognize it in adults, or tips for surviving the … Continue reading

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