*This workshop is now over, but the recording is available to purchase here.*
With a sharp rise in number of women diagnosed with ADHD during pre- and perimenopausal ages, we are prescribed medication and behavioural therapies, but not the tools to manage.
So how do we get supported with ADHD?
Natural strategies could help some, but for other women who are sensitive to hormonal fluctuations, we need support for more than attention. We need it for our emotions and our lives!
💥 Useful resources for neurodivergent women
Following the workshop, you can expect to be able to:
💥 Understand yourself and what you need to thrive, not just survive
💥 Manage the risks that comes with taking medication (and not taking them!)
💥 Maximise on the benefits of a lifestyle that works for you
💥 Tailor strategies that work for YOU!!
💥 Access to a supportive WhatsApp community for women with ADHD
Don’t struggle alone, know that support is available even before you have a diagnosis!
Date: 24th May 2023
Time: 16:00 – 17:30 BST
This 1.5 hour interactive workshop is held virtually on the 24th May, with 30 minutes allocated to Q&A. Recording of the workshop (but not the Q&A) will be available after the session.
We also created a workbook containing all the strategies mentioned in the workshop.
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About the workshop facilitator:
Dr Samantha Hiew is the Founder of ADHD Girls, and holds a PhD in medical science. Sam founded ADHD Girls in 2020 before she was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 40, and identifies as an autistic, dyspraxic, and Touretter. She is passionate about reframing the medical labels given to neurodivergents, where we see each individual as more than their diagnosis. Sam has spoken at over 50 organisations to date and hosts the Utopia podcast where she uncovers hidden stories of neurodivergence across culture, race, high achievers, parenting, and learning disability. Sam has been recognised with a Difference Maker Award 2023, alongside nominations for Positive Role Model for Disability, Rising Star, Stereotype Buster, and Community Choice Awards.