“It is so important that this book is read by both parents and teachers. Nicole’s honesty and realistic commitment to students with ADHD leaps off every page. I have read many books on education and ADHD, rarely do you hear the voice of a young person with ADHD whose viewpoint is explored at such length and with evident self-perception and placed alongside continual discussion of educational theory and practice.”

Tony Lloyd, Chief Executive, ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity

Blog – The Perspective of an ADHD Momvocate & Teacher

Surviving isn’t Thriving

One of my earliest memories is singing to Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” with my mother in the late ‘70’s.  I remember how proudly my mom watched as I sang…

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The Genius of ADHD

“ADHD makes me creative. I love building games and building stuff. I’ve been like that ever since I was little. I started with big blocks and now I’m pretty much…

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Hi, I’m Nicole & I was the kid in school…

that questioned literally everything. I was also a kid who was either a highly engaged honor’s student or shut down and failing miserably. There was no real middle for me because it never had anything to do with my ability. It was all based on whether I could even focus enough to access the curriculum that year.

But back to what I questioned…