About Adult ADHD:
Videos & readings about ADHD Symptoms, diagnosis, and the biases present in much of ADHD assessment work and diagnostics.
The ADHD Experience - Adults Diagnoses as Adults
Disparities in ADHD Care for BIPOC Children & Adolescents
Signs You Have ADHD
We Didn't Know We Had ADHD: Women Diagnosed As Adults
A 2020 scholarly article by Maria Pachowicz of Trinity College Dublin discussing evidence that the disparity in diagnosis of ADHD in AFAB vs AMAB (assigned male at birth) individuals is based largely on gendered biases in assessment and diagnosis.
Published in March, 2022 - A special Psycom Pro report on the external factors that affect ADHD diagnoses and treatment outcomes with Dr. Stephanie Mihalas, PhD and Dr. Donna Y. Ford, PhD.
A December 2021 publication by the National Institute for Mental Health, one of the National Institutes for Health (NIH), a division of the United States Department of Health & Human Services.
Adult ADHD Tools & Resources:
Videos & Readings offering tools and tactics help neurodiverse folks survive and thrive in a neurotypical world.
Why People with ADHD Procrastinate (and something you can do about it)
How to make your home executive-function-friendly.
Body Doubling - a tool to help you be more productive and feel more connected.
Managing Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD) and emotional dysregulation.
A continually updated article from ADDitude Magazine that provides a good overview of the pharmaceutical options to support folks with ADHD - Stimulants, non-stimulants, and more.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), is one of the largest ADHD education and advocacy organizations in the United States. They sponsor several online, peer-led support and resource groups to connect folks with ADHD to others facing similar challenges.
CHADD resource discussing common challenges in the workplace for adults with ADHD, experiences of discrimination and your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the implications of an ADHD diagnosis for military service.
CHADD resource discussing the experiences of oppression and discrimination in the workplace and educational institutions that folks with ADHD can face and your options to advocate for and protect your legal rights.