Some accommodations are normalized while others are pathologized
Every day, ordinary accommodations are so routine for neurotypical and non-disabled people, they’re no longer seen as supports — they’re just “common courtesy” — based on the simple fact that there are more of them than there are of us.
Imagine if neurodivergent and disabled people were granted common courtesy without their needs being pathologized, and without those supports being seen as burdens to the neurotypical, non-disabled majority.
We all (not just neurodivergent and disabled people) need accommodations to thrive.
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