As neurodivergent symptoms present differently in girls than in boys, many girls are overlooked and undiagnosed until well into adulthood. ADHD Girls is a platform that aims to improve neurodiversity through an intersectional lens, allowing girls and women with ADHD to thrive.
For neurodivergent people, the discourse around conditions such as ADHD, OCD, or ASD can often seem wide of the mark. But with neurodiverse-identifying communities growing online, how can brands use their preferred modes of communication to reach them authentically and transparently?
Schizophrenia content creators, who play an important role in destigmatizing mental illness online, often find their content banned for obscure reasons. As creators speak out against TikTok, pressure is mounting on social platforms to take a more nuanced approach to moderating sensitive content.
From the education system to the workplace, neurodiverse individuals face many barriers in life. Technology is well-placed to create solutions to these barriers, in particular, assistive technology which looks to be inclusive of disabilities and allows for more creativity.