Adult ADHD Resources for Co-working and Body Doubling - PART 2
Low Cost Neurodivergent Creator & Influencer Communities
This the second in a series of resource-sharing posts, containing curated lists of the best services and services & communities for ADHD-friendly co-working and Body Doubling.
- PART 2 -
Neurodivergent Creator & Influencer Communities
Translating ADHD Podcast Community (Shelly Collins & Cameron Gott)
If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve almost certainly seen tweets of me promoting this podcast & community.
The Translating ADHD Podcast is essentially an ongoing series of masterclasses teaching you how to be your own ADHD Coach.
Their Patreon community, currently hosted on Discord, is a community of growth-oriented ADHD engineers, entrepreneurs, educators, etc, etc, supporting each other on their ADHD journey. Shelly & Cam interact with folks in the community, and occasionally host calls exclusively for community members.
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Black Girl Lost Keys Patreon Community (René Brooks)
If you have not yet encountered René Brooks, you are missing out!
A pillar in the broader ADHD Community, René started Black Girl, Lost Keys to empower black women with ADHD and show them how to live well with it.
She has contributed to Kaleidoscope Society, ADHD Women’s Palooza, Mindfully ADD, and ADHD Essentials while also writing for Healthline, and SO MUCH more.
Her store is loaded with ADHD workbooks, strategy guides, fantastic fidgets, and stylish BGLK swag!
Her Patreon Supporters get behind-the-scenes access, member-only video and/or podcast feeds, and/or access to her Discord Community, with ADHD Education, Motivation and Transformation
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How to ADHD Patreon Community (Jessica McCabe)
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed within the past 5 years, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ve encountered Jessica McCabe’s brilliant How to ADHD YouTube Channel. Between her YouTube Channel, Patreon Community, and public appearances, she is creating an extensive ADHD "toolbox" full of research-based information and tips!
Jessica’s videos aren’t merely fun, entertaining, & educational, while somehow also being endearing and vulnerable.
Her videos are packed with:
What it’s like to be ADHD (in highly relatable ways)
Highly practical ADHD tips & strategies, backed by research &/or experience
NOTE: Make sure to check out the video notes on YouTube! They often contain links to additional information & resources.
Her Patreon Supporters get access to her Discord Community, where she hosts exclusive chats, and shares special behind-the-scenes content, and more!
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