World Social Justice Day: advocating for neurodivergent equality
This blog post explores the significance of World Day of Social Justice, focusing on the neurodivergent community. It covers understanding neurodivergence and social justice, the impact of inequality in education and employment, the history and goals of World Day of Social Justice, practical advice for promoting equality, celebrating the day, action steps for inclusion, and concludes with a call to action for readers.
Task initiation tactics for ADHD adults
Living with ADHD poses unique challenges in task initiation and completion. Distractions, executive function impairments, and overwhelming stimuli hinder productivity. Strategies like breaking tasks into smaller steps, using visual aids, and leveraging support systems can help overcome these hurdles. Embracing tools like Tiimo and understanding motivation dynamics are crucial for managing ADHD effectively.
How to celebrate Black History Month at work: 9 impactful ways
Discover nine meaningful ways to honor Black History Month in your workplace. From exploring local Black history museums to supporting Black-owned food delivery companies and amplifying Black voices on social media, these ideas will foster inclusivity and appreciation throughout the month.
Johan Brand | On inclusive tech and redefining masculinity in entrepreneurship
In this episode, we talk to the co-founder of Kahoot! and We Are Human Johan Brand (he/him) about inclusive tech and what it's like to redefine masculinity as a neurodivergent leader. Tune in to learn about how Johan's experiences as a dyslexic ADHD'er have shaped his career and his advocacy work.
How to stay on task with ADHD as an adult at work
This post explores strategies to enhance productivity and job satisfaction for adults with ADHD in the workplace, including organizing daily tasks, body doubling, reframing task execution, mixing up routines, limiting distractions, prioritizing tasks, practicing mindfulness, planning ahead, using digital planners, and creating healthy boundaries.
Building habits with visual cues: a practical guide
Habits and routines rely on specific cues and contexts, making them fragile. To maintain them, choose striking, consistent, and actionable cues, as disruptions are natural and not a sign of failure.
How digital planner apps can help adults with ADHD
This blog explores the significant impact of ADHD-specific planners on adult life, focusing on areas such as organization, time management, and stress reduction.
Esmé Weijun Wang | On the schizophrenias and being a writer with limitations
In this episode, we talk to award-winning writer Esmé Weijun Wang (she/her) about how she uses her neurodivergence to inspire her writing and advocacy work. Tune in to learn about what it’s like to be multiply diagnosed and how mental health and neurodivergence intersect.