Resources from those with lived experienced of ADHD
Totally ADD, tackles the shame and stigma of living with ADHD by sharing personal stories of people living with it. Posts on Totally ADD tackle common myths people believe about ADHD, how ADHD affects marriage and relationships, and procrastination.
ADD Consults webpage is for women with ADHD. Women with ADHD often face barriers, especially if they have kids with ADHD. Terry Matlen knows this first hand. That’s why she started the ADD Consults blog. She has ADHD and she’s also the mom to an adult with it. Terry wrote a book and founded the online space “Queen of Distractions,” to offer group coaching to help women with ADHD declutter, get organized, and connect. On the blog, she covers reframing ADHD in positive ways, educational resources, and invites readers to ask her anything about ADHD.
You, Me and a Journey is a blog from a mother of a young girl with ADHD about her experiences.
How to ADHD
How to ADHD is a resource that provides a website and videos to create an ADHD toolbox. The resources are created by Jessica from her own tips, strategies and insights into ADHD from her personal experience.
You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nPM1_kSZf91ZGkcgy_95Q/featured
TED Talks you tube channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). TED and TEDx talks have videos from professionals and those with lived experience of ADHD on a range of topics that you might find helpful.