My son has 18 diagnoses, and before I knew all of his diagnoses he was just my little man, who was clumsy, quite, ear's like a hawk, fickle, and so forth. After his diagnoses he was/had, CP, dyspraxia, , Apraxia, SPD, Autism and on and on. Now that being said I know that without knowing what my child diagnoses are I would not be able to help him be the best he can be. But where do you draw the line, where do you see you or your child as just you or your child and not a DX? That is a question we all must ponder but here is some food for thought.
In the means of art's, it is the common denominator, you can be "nerotypical" or can have a "disability" and you can either dance or you can't, you can draw or you can't, you can sing or you can't, you can act or you can't. Well you get the point, regardless of your abilities they do not define who you or your child is. It does not determine what they/you do great, or what they/you do differently. It is just like anything else, we all have our quirks our talents, the things that drive our spouses crazy, makes someone fall in love with us or just make you, YOU. So be proud of all the things that are different and unique about you/your child, there is only one like them!