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E121 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Vivienne Isebor Surviving Society

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...Black women, education & neurodiversity: In this episode, Chantelle and Vivienne (ADHD Babes) discuss their personal experiences of navigating both life and education with multiple neurodiverse traits.

ADHD Babes: ADHD Babes is a community group for Black Women and Black Non-Binary people with ADHD. We create safe spaces for us to flourish and live our lives to their greatest potential. We aim to empower people with community, tools, learning and healing spaces to redefine ADHD, tackle its difficulties and utilise its strengths. We aim to create a society that embraces neurodiversity. We aim to raise awareness and educate people on the truth and reality of how ADHD affects neurodiverse people, and how best to support them.


Vivienne Isebor:
Vivienne Isebor is a Trainee Clinical Associate in Psychology, currently studying part-time at UCL and working for the NHS with individuals with Complex Emotion Needs in East London. She is also Founder of ADHD Babes - the first support group for Black Women and Black Non-binary people with ADHD, where she is the Director of Community Outreach and Wellbeing.
Since being diagnosed in her early 20's with ADHD and living with mental health difficulties Vivienne has run awareness sessions and advocated on platforms such as BBC, Mental Health Today and Mind. Besides working in mental health Vivienne is a performing artist and organises events and creative workshops with special focus on Black British history.

Useful links:
https://linktr.ee/adhdbabes
https://blackgirllostkeys.com
https://psychiatry-uk.com/right-to-choose
https://aadduk.org
https://www.accessdocsforartists.com/homepage

...Black women, education & neurodiversity: In this episode, Chantelle and Vivienne (ADHD Babes) discuss their personal experiences of navigating both life and education with multiple neurodiverse traits.

ADHD Babes: ADHD Babes is a community group for Black Women and Black Non-Binary people with ADHD. We create safe spaces for us to flourish and live our lives to their greatest potential. We aim to empower people with community, tools, learning and healing spaces to redefine ADHD, tackle its difficulties and utilise its strengths. We aim to create a society that embraces neurodiversity. We aim to raise awareness and educate people on the truth and reality of how ADHD affects neurodiverse people, and how best to support them.


Vivienne Isebor:
Vivienne Isebor is a Trainee Clinical Associate in Psychology, currently studying part-time at UCL and working for the NHS with individuals with Complex Emotion Needs in East London. She is also Founder of ADHD Babes - the first support group for Black Women and Black Non-binary people with ADHD, where she is the Director of Community Outreach and Wellbeing.
Since being diagnosed in her early 20's with ADHD and living with mental health difficulties Vivienne has run awareness sessions and advocated on platforms such as BBC, Mental Health Today and Mind. Besides working in mental health Vivienne is a performing artist and organises events and creative workshops with special focus on Black British history.

Useful links:
https://linktr.ee/adhdbabes
https://blackgirllostkeys.com
https://psychiatry-uk.com/right-to-choose
https://aadduk.org
https://www.accessdocsforartists.com/homepage

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