The world continues to move at warp speed and how we consume information or what we call "content" these days has evolved. Nevertheless, the needs of the neurodivergent community remains the same - more awareness, acceptance and understanding so everyone can co-exist in an environment that embraces everyone as the are. 5 mother's with neurodivergent children decided to move a little out of their comfort zones and create a Podcast called Kita Family!
As the vibrant colors of lanterns adorn the streets and the tantalizing scent of dumplings fills the air, Chinese communities around the world prepare to welcome the Lunar New Year with open arms. Amidst the festivities and family reunions, it’s…
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that can present unique challenges in the workplace. Individuals with ADHD often grapple with difficulties in sustaining attention, organizing tasks, managing time effectively, and regulating impulses. Despite these challenges, many adults with ADHD can thrive in their professional lives with the implementation of targeted coping strategies and accommodations. In this article, we explore practical coping strategies to help adults with ADHD succeed in the workplace.
Executive function is a complex cognitive process that encompasses a range of mental skills necessary for setting goals, planning, organizing, initiating tasks, managing time, and regulating emotions. Essentially, it serves as the brain’s CEO, orchestrating various cognitive processes to achieve desired outcomes efficiently. However, for neurodivergent individuals, navigating executive function can present unique challenges that significantly impact daily life.