Thomas: Sanders Hospital has a lot of rewards for our psychiatry department, and we deal with neurodivergency there a lot. Sometimes it’s just needing a psychiatrist to assist a patient with autism or something similar so they can get the best care and talk to their doctors. We have a good number of staff members who are part of that community as well!
Joan: I got diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, so I think that makes me neurodivergent.
Roman: Back in my younger years of third grade, I was what you would call a problem child, which led to my diagnosis of ADHD. With what Logan’s told me, apparently it is NOT just Trouble Sitting Still Disorder!
Logan: I’ve had theories that I may be on the autism spectrum since high school. I’ve never bothered to get officially tested, however. I didn’t see a point.
Patton: I know so many kids in that community, how could I not be involved?
Talyn: I have so many friends who are neurodivergent!
Emile: I’ve known about my neurodivergency since I was little and they still called it Asperger’s!
Remy: Sorry kitty-cat, I don’t know much about it. More power to ya.
Virgil: It’s a reminder to myself and others to be accepting of people. I support it all the way.