# Mathematics and neurodiversity

From STEM Enable

The author gives examples of tailoring one-to-one mathematics support to the individual needs of neurodiverse students. Examples include Dyspraxia, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD/ADD and Dyslexia. |

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## Context

This development is relevant to:

- Subjects: Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research
- Disabilities: ADHD/ADD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Visual Impairments
- Difficulties: Difficulty empathising, Information processing difficulties, Language/Comprehension difficulties, Memory/Recall difficulties, Motor/Manual Dexterity difficulties, Organisational difficulties, Visual difficulties.

The particular STEM challenges considered are:

## Outcomes

- The challenges successfully met were:
- To meet these challenges the following processes were employed:
- None

- The following skills were also built:
- None

## Overview of content

The article contains the following headers:

- What is neurodiversity?
- Prevalence
- Dyspraxia
- Mathematics and dyspraxia
- Asperger's syndrome
- Mathematics and asperger's syndrome
- ADHD
- Mathematics and ADHD
- Dyslexia
- Mathematics and dyslexia
- Dyscalculia
- Mathematics and dyscalculia
- Mathematics and visual impairment
- Conclusion

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