For an innovation to work, it needs to first be accepted, then implemented. Some innovations struggle to be accepted, and fail before they begin. Others are embraced by all concerned, right from the start. The acceptance of any innovation depends upon complexity, relative advantage, compatibility, observability and trialability
Neurodiversity is not a psychological condition, it is a term to describe the fact that everyone has differing psychological and hence behavioural characteristics. We all learn differently, react differently and have different perceptions. Just as plants and animals in nature are biodiverse, human children and adults are diverse too.  Understanding neurodiversity can provide an appreciation of strengths that can be found in diversity, and insights into how to provide a better education and developmental environment for our children.