The philosophy of Scattergram, which permeates all of our services and training, is embodied in our trademarked A.C.C.E.P.T. Program.
navigating work, relationships and parenting, late diagnosis, masking and unmasking, autistic burnout, values and goals clarification, financial security, aging
Do you ever wonder if you’re reaching your full potential in life? You’ve done all the right things. You might even have that picture-perfect life. But you’re exhausted. And none of it seems to matter. When you are yourself, what you have to offer often isn’t understood or valued.
Or maybe you went your own way and carved out a place on the margins that’s just right for you. And you’re still exhausted. Something is a bit off and you don’t know why.
Or you know why, you’ve finally got the diagnosis, but you don’t exactly know what it means. Why can’t everything be just a little bit easier, you wonder? But it’s not easy being hard-wired for a world that doesn’t recognize and value your brain type.
At Scattergram, we understand the frustration and challenges of being out of step with the world. We want your life as neurodivergent adults to be just a little bit easier and more satisfying and for you to be a little bit more you. You deserve to do more than just survive. And the world needs the differences in how you perceive reality now more than ever.
A virtual support group ideal for those who want to explore their Neurodivergent Operating System, build skills, and share experiences.
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Articles and Resources
Significant changes made to the Neurodevelopmental Disorder section in the DSM-V combined a number of diagnoses into these six categories.
A neurodiversity-affirming approach to services is based on the understanding that neurodivergences like Autism and AD(H)D are naturally occurring...
At Scattergram, we understand the intersection of Neurodiversity and Sex and Gender Diversity, we’d love to help you connect the dots of your identity.
Raised awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and AD(H)D is leading to earlier diagnoses which can be validating and life-changing.
How much AD(H)D fabulousness do you have? Try this quiz to find out! This quiz is for fun and is not to be regarded as a formal diagnosis.