One in five Americans learn and think differently, and millions of people live with LTDs such as ADHD and dyslexia. Experts say these people are often misunderstood and undiagnosed; their differences are dismissed as weaknesses. One organization believes our differences are our greatest strengths and is aiming to change the narrative around neurodivergent children. Nathan Freedman, co-president of Understood, joins Cheddar News to discuss.