The deadline for comments is June This commenting period marks the third and final time DSM-5 draft criteria will be available for feedback. For more information, click here and here. Very likely, the final language in DSM-5 will shape the diagnostic and treatment landscape for children and adults with dyslexia for generations to come. If you want to have a voice, submit your comments to dsm5 psych. Please also forward this information to other parties and stakeholders who may wish to comment.
If you are concerned, now is the time to act! Watch future issues of the eXaminer for updates and in-depth analysis on proposed DSM-5 revisions. Not a subscriber? Click here to subscribe for free. Carolyn D. The DSM-5 E-chapter Update will follow a similar format as the treatment outlined in the current edition is still quite valuable and should not change much with the full book revision.
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