In this series we’ll look at all aspects of neurodiversity. Talking with experts and people with first-hand experience, we want to share our learning from a wide range of people with incredible neurological differences.
In the workplace or going into work
In this episode Rachael Howarth and panel discuss people with neurodiverse conditions in the workplace or who are going into work. Joining Rachael in the conversation is Jannine Harris, an ADHD Trainer, Coach & Consultant at ADHD Wise UK and Silja Turville who is a Neurodiversity and Business Coach, Educational Consultant and the CEO of Acorn to Oak Education.
Nutrition and brain health
In this episode we’re talking about the link between nutrition and brain health, how nutrition can help if you, or your children, have a neurodiverse condition. Joining Rachael is Dr Tony Lloyd, CEO of the ADHD Foundation, Amanda Kirby, Professor of Development Disorders at the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education at the University of Wales and Roz Kadir a nutritional therapist with 20 years’ experience including for the England Team on the run up to the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
In this episode joining Rachael in the studio is expert Dr Tony Lloyd who is the Chief Executive of the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity charity and Mums Jannine and Giselle whose children have ADHD.
Hear their stories on diagnosis, living with the challenges and their work-around ways to lead positive lives plus how they approach the addition of other conditions such as Asperger’s and Autism.
In this episode we meet our experts. Dr Tony Lloyd is the Chief Executive of the ADHD Foundation, a neurodiversity charity and Jannine Harris who is an ADHD specialist teacher, coach and runs ADHD Wise UK.
They explore everything from signs and symptoms to treatments and diet and dispel some myths along the way. If you or your children have ADHD or neurodevelopmental differences, we hope you’ll find this conversation useful.
I have found this podcast and all four episodes so informative and useful! Thank you! I hope there are many more to come. Such a great support for parents.
As a mum of a child with adhd this is brilliant! Thank you
ADHD so beautifully and simply explained. I could listen to them talking all day. Informative in bite size chunks. Please do more!