Neurodivergence is often different from mental health conditions, like anxiety or depression, because it doesn’t appear suddenly in adulthood or after a pivotal experience
Neurodivergent people can also be diagnosed with other mental health conditions. In fact, two of every three people with ADHD have another condition for example anxiety, depression or OCD.
It is about recognising people that are neurodivergent are often different to people who are neurotypical, not better not worse, just different.
We should celebrate difference and recognise we all have a different skill set and when we recognise our strengths and weaknesses, we can then in turn celebrate that being neurodivergent is beautifully complex.