Significant changes made to the Neurodevelopmental Disorder section in the DSM-V combined a number of diagnoses into these six categories.
challenges at school, time management and organization, anxiety and depression, sensory sensitivities, social isolation, questions around identity
Navigating changes from childhood to adolescence can be tough and new issues can arise. Young people don’t always want to talk to their parents about these issues.
That’s where we come in. At Scattergram, we are here for young people and will meet them where they are at, with or without family members, or in our group for tweens and teens, The ND Room.
Read more about the group or read our articles and explore our resources.
An arts-based group for neurodivergent individuals in grades 7-12. The group provides a space for individuals to explore neurodiversity, self-expression, sexuality and gender through art.
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Articles and Resources
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.
People often confuse a spectrum and a continuum. What is the difference, you ask? Let’s compare the notes on a piano with the sound, overall.
Neurodiversity is a term coined by Judy Singer in her Master's thesis in 1996 and popularized by Harvey Bloom in The Atlantic in 1998. There were no...
Raised awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and AD(H)D is leading to earlier diagnoses which can be validating and life-changing.