Significant changes made to the Neurodevelopmental Disorder section in the DSM-V combined a number of diagnoses into these six categories.
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Articles and Resources
Do I need a diagnosis to identify as neurodivergent?
If you want to explore questions you have about getting a diagnosis and being neurodivergent, you’ve come to the right place.
Not sure if you are neurodivergent?
Could your social difficulties at school or work or in your personal life have more to do with your brain and nervous system than your personality and upbringing?
Are Neurodiversity and Sex and Gender Diversity Connected?
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.
What is the difference between a spectrum and a continuum?
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.
What is neurodiversity?
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...
Let us help you connect the dots
At Scattergram we have a process for exploring neurodivergence that goes beyond a checklist of deficits.