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What is Autism Spectrum?

Autism Spectrum or Neurodivergence refers to the idea that neurological differences, such as those associated with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other conditions, should be recognized and respected as natural variations of the human brain. It emphasizes that these differences are not inherently pathological but rather contribute to the diversity of human cognition and experience.

 

Neurodivergent individuals may have unique strengths, perspectives, and ways of processing information. This concept promotes inclusivity and challenges the traditional view that certain neurological conditions are "abnormal" or need to be pathologized. It encourages understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity as a fundamental aspect of human variation.

 

Therapeutic intervention across multiple disciplines is proven very effective for accommodating life on the spectrum.

Neurodivergent Affirmative 

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I was misdiagnosed with OCD and depression at 15 years old, I remember feeling so alone. I grew up and made it my mission to create a space that could make others feel included in their neurodivergence. 

Dr. Amanda Ashley, LMHC

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