Part 1 – The University of Auckland I was going to write about school and education generally, but for now I’d like to focus in on one part of my life and one institution that made me feel worthless, drove me to dark places, and never really tried to sympathise or make accommodations for me.Continue reading “Academia – My Problem Child (Part 1)”
Not learning from bad behaviour has an effect. A serious one.
Suggestions in semantic changes around neurodiversity
ADHD Diagnosis is complicated. Getting it can feel like you’ve lost and gained so many things. Don’t struggle like I did.
91% of people in prison have mental health problems… There’s no justice in the justice system.
A preliminary draft mixed-method study into ADHD care in the NZ Healthcare System.
Science and the medical profession have been failing to help women – here’s the proof,
Neurodiversity is still going massively undiagnosed. Here are some of the reasons why and how you can self-test to see if you might have these conditions.
Advocacy – What it means to me? Advocacy can simply be defined as activities by an individual which aims to influence decisions within political, economic, and social institutions. Advocacy includes activities and publications to influence public policy, laws and budgets by using facts, their relationships, the media, and messaging to educate government officials and theContinue reading “Adult ADHD/Autism Advocacy in New Zealand – Things Must Change”
This blog will be less structured than I usually try to make things, I’m trying to show you connections I see that are apparent to my brain and how I think with ADHD. More a ramblings and thoughts of the past 24 hours stolen unashamedly from David Slack who I would recommend subscribing to, freeContinue reading “We must become a truly empathetic society”