People who share neurotypes are called neurokin. Autistic author and advocate Yenn Purkis says of neurokin that connecting with them “is like coming home after being in another country for a long time. My neurokin speak my language.”What We’re Reading: Finding Neurokin in Madeleine Ryan’s A Room Called Earth – The Cincinnati Review
Neurokin: a word used to describe someone who is the same neurotype as youNeurokin
A word used to describe someone who is the same neuro-type as you (ADHD, Autistic, etc).
When I am with a neurokin, I feel like I’m at home, with a person who “gets” me and the way I process things.Urban Dictionary: neurokin
We support Autistic individuals to find ‘their people’, that is other individuals who they can genuinely connect with, appreciate, and be appreciated. Often this is with neurokin (other ND individuals) as suggested by the Double Empathy Problem, and/ or through interest-based groups. Connecting with neurokin often reduces the need to mask and the toll that can take.Autism — Divergent Psychology