Navigating the school environment with ADHD is like trying to tune into a radio station that constantly shifts frequencies. While ADHD manifests differently in everyone, certain traits commonly appear for our littles. Recognizing these traits is the first step towards crafting a supportive environment that allows students with ADHD to thrive. 🌟I recently shared a

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You know how sometimes your brain feels like it’s on a crazy rollercoaster ride, and just ‘doing its own thing?’ 🎢🙈 One minute you’re feeling calm (“What ADHD?”) and the next you’re starting to spiral into some kind of emotional state? 😵‍💫 Yeah, me too. And it’s really normal for our ADHD brains.  But understanding that we’ll

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Thanks so much for considering the Future ADHD planner. Here’s a quick little video I made to help explain a little more about how the Future ADHD digital planner works. This is a quick intro – after purchasing you’ll have access to the full Future ADHD planner tutorial videos to guide you through set up.

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Hello ADHD fam! Need a pep in your step for 2024 planning? Running a little empty on inspo? We’ve got you covered 😘 Join us – Grace (Future ADHD planner creator) and Alice (@the_mini_adhd_coach illustrator) – as we show you how we use the Future ADHD planner and share our favourite pages and why they work

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As a planner customer, you get lifetime updates to the planner/s you purchased. Here’s how to download the latest version…

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In the process of creating the Future ADHD planner and creating all our informational resources and tools, we draw on a broad range of sources, including peer-reviewed scientific studies, books by top ADHD experts, podcast interviews, and our own lived experience (that of our neurodivergent team, and of our broader ADHD community). Here are some of the research studies that inform our resources.

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Explore the concept of ADHD superpowers and uncover how individuals with ADHD can harness their unique traits like hyperfocus, creativity, and resilience for success. Learn practical strategies for navigating the complexities of ADHD, fostering empathy, and embracing adaptability.

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In this episode, I discuss how hyperfocus feels in the body of an ADHDer. Can you relate to the physical sensation of being interrupted when in hyperfocus?

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What if we reframed how we see hyperfocus? What if all those random things you’ve tried and then stopped weren’t a ‘waste of time’… what if instead they were ESSENTIAL? This week I share my past hyperfocuses and how utterly essential they’ve been.

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When I re-defined the ADHD label and re-claimed my identity in terms of who I am, instead of in terms of my deficits, it was absolutely life changing.

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Today on the podcast I’m speaking with a politician, but definitely not your average politician. Jordon Steele-John is the second youngest Senator in Australia and his office has a strong current focus on ADHD reform. This year, Jordon prompted a radical community-led national inquiry into ADHD, medicare and support services.

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If you have a child or student with ADHD who experiences worry or rumination regularly, this episode is for you! And if you’re NOT a caregiver, parent or teacher, many of the tools I share about understanding our brains can still apply to adults, especially if we’re trying to dismantle a lifetime of negative messages and begin healing our inner child.

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If you’re in a current state of nervous system overwhelm, feeling regularly anxious or chronically stressed, and have no idea how to even BEGIN to rest again, then this episode is for you.

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Emotional spending, impulsivity, credit card debt, internalised shame & budgeting phobia… these are just a few of the areas that ADHDers often report struggling with when it comes to financial management. In today’s episode, I’m joined by Eric & Georgie from the Future ADHD team to talk about the launch of our brand new 25-page finance section, which we designed specifically to give support and money tips for ADHD brains.

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In honour of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, I’m exploring the gifts of ADHD from all angles with my favourite Neurotypical… my husband and Co-Founder of Future ADHD, Eric. This is the perfect episode to share with the NT in your life, to help them get a greater understanding of the ADHD experience.

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Why do we overshare, info dump and have arguments with our partner when we’re really not that mad? And when we’ve got RSD and are spiralling, how can our loved ones support us? Strap yourself in, because this chat with Dr. Ali Arena is packed full of incredible insights and relationship advice.

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Until neurodiversity and inclusivity is the natural and accepted understanding on a political, educational, institutional and cultural/interpersonal level, we need to unite under this label and fiercely push forward to create a world more suited to support and empower those with brain-based differences.

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Say the word ‘budget’ to most people with ADHD, and you’ll likely get boredom, avoidance, fear or confusion in return. ADHD impulsivity and the desire for quick results often translates to unplanned spending and no long-term plan (living paycheck to paycheck). Impulsivity and strong, dysregulated emotions can be a risky mix when you involve money, credit

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Why do we get stuck doom scrolling in analysis paralysis instead of doing the jobs we know we need to do…? And what’s the connection between dopamine and motivation? All that and more in Part 2 of my conversation with Behavioural Scientist Liliya Engelke.

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Liliya Engelke is an ADHD coach and behavioural scientist who was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. In this two-part conversation we take a deep dive into behavioural patterns and habit forming with the challenges of ADHD.

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Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Laura Sgro, who’s a licensed therapist based in California who was diagnosed with ADHD in her late 20s. We had sooo much to talk about when it came to the female experience of ADHD and understanding the complex emotional journey that comes with being diagnosed late in life.

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Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Laura Sgro, who’s a licensed therapist based in California who was diagnosed with ADHD in her late 20s. We had sooo much to talk about when it came to the female experience of ADHD and understanding the complex emotional journey that comes with being diagnosed late in life.

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Our modern, industrial world has conditioned us to believe that productivity comes from consistency. It can, and for many people there’s a strong link. But doesn’t always.What if being inconsistent could provide just as many routes towards achieving our goals and creating incredible things as being consistent could?

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If you’ve ever felt scammed by an ADHD brand claiming it can help you, I’m so sorry. We need to talk about the damage this is causing.

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