… people who want to find more information about neurodiversity
That sounds reasonable for this type of Q&A (assuming it's not covered by our Psychology & Neuroscience site).
…neurodiverse people looking for information on how to deal with neurotypical based situations
This will likely be more problematic. We would not be interested in pursuing a scope which pushes further into the interpersonal advice space in other subjects.
There is nothing inherently wrong with a forum hosting personal advice discussions, but Stack Exchange is not a discussion forum, and the rigid Q&A format does not support the type of thoughtful back and forth dialogue and consideration that many personal-advice issues need… and frankly deserve.
Our Interpersonal Skills site was created with a belief that maybe there were enough questions in this space to be tackled with an almost academic-like approach — but even there, the community is struggling to make this work in our format.
When unsuspecting users wander into this site looking for help with deeply personal issues, it seems almost cruel at times when the interface itself becomes the main encumbrance when users can only "answer, but no discussion".
It is difficult at times (and often disheartening) to turn a user away when they are simply looking for someone to talk to about a personal problem that is in the title of the site itself. The problem isn't in creating a place where experts have more freedom to give honest, informed, and slightly personal responses; the problem is that the more personal approach isn't personal at all. Answers are designed to be the END of the conversation… not the beginning. That premise is built into the very nature of how Stack Exchange was designed — and trying to force-fit discussion-like topics does the folks looking for interpersonal help a terrible disservice.
We would not be interested in pushing further into this interpersonal advice space in other subjects. That type of thoughtful discussion is simply better hosted elsewhere.