ADHD BEST PRACTICE

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An Innovative Event Fuelled By ADHDers

The ADHD Best Practice At Work Conference, a not-for-profit event organised by
ADHD Girls, WBSA and the ani Group, brought together ADHDers and the world of work on 16th May 2022.

We fulfilled our mission to facilitate conversations to design support for ADHDers in the workplace based on a whole person approach.

As Featured in Forbes

Dr Hiew is working with the ADHD Foundation and other professionals / people with lived experience, organizing an event for employers to learn more about creating the conditions for ADHDers to thrive at work; such learning opportunities will go a long way to reducing exclusion based on negative stereotypes and assumptions.

DR NANCY DOYLE, CRO GENIUS WITHIN, CO-DIRECTOR CENTRE FOR NEURODIVERSITY AT WORK

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Thank you for leading and running such a brilliant space. Getting all those people together with such empowering and enlightening conversations – you’re leading the way.
Jenny Rossiter
Founder & Director of Feel Good Leadership
I really enjoyed this event. Thank you Samantha and thanks also to all the other speakers and delegates who participated in fascinating debate.
Dr Tony Lloyd
CEO, ADHD Foundation
Thanks Samantha – so much growth and survival shared by so many. You held such a gentle and much needed space today – hope you feel proud.
Atif Choudhury
CEO, Diversity & Ability
I felt the conference was really informative with some excellent keynote speakers who are leaders in their field of expertise… great conference. Looking forward to the next one.
Neal Mankey
Director of Healthcare Practice, Veredus
It was a total privilege to be involved in this forum with you all. Thank you so much again for asking me to join Theo in facilitating a breakout. People were so open in discussing their lived experience and the difference they want to make in the ND community. Such a pleasure to meet so many amazing individuals.
Iain Preston
Chief Client Success Officer EMEA at Wunderman Thompson

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