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How to ADHD logo, a cartoon-style illustration of a brain.

How to ADHD

How to ADHD, spearheaded by Jessica McCabe, spreads awareness for ADHD and provides ADHD-friendly tools that can make life with it less challenging, more awesome. She releases a new video on her popular YouTube channel every other Thursday. She also does advocacy work beyond the videos, writing articles, speaking on podcasts, giving TEDx talks — …

Sample cartoon strip from ADHD_Bri, a popular web comic about having ADHD.

ADHD_Bri

Bri, the creator of the popular comic ADHD_Bri, started drawing comics after receiving a late ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive diagnosis at the age of 29. Upon learning about ADHD, Bri’s whole world “started to make sense.” In order to process all this new information and how it applied to herself, she began writing down scenarios and drawing …

Teespoonies logo, an illustration of the torso of a black woman using crutches to walk.

Teespoonie

Teespoonie is Teona, a multi-disabled and neurodivergent Black non-binary woman who’s a writer, college student and self-described “chaotic cripple” creating educational articles on Blackness, disability & neurodivergence. She became disabled a few short years ago and in the process of seeking treatment, began to realize she’s been disabled since childhood. She decided she wanted to write …

Schnumn neurodiversity comic artist

Schnumn

Schnumn is a full-time freelance comic artist and digital illustrator based in the UK writing and illustrating introspective comics about mental health, neurodiversity and the general struggles of being a human being in an overwhelming world. Schnumn is also the organizer of a comic book project, Sensory: Life on the Spectrum, a comic anthology about living …

ADHD Coupel

ADHD Couple

ADHD Couple is an animated comic series created by Ingri who found life confusing before being diagnosed with ADHD. When she started creating comics about her experience on Instagram, it resonated and she quickly developed a following. A supportive community has grown up around her weekly animated videos on YouTube and comics on Instagram. She …

Black Girl Lost Keys

Black Girl, Lost Keys

René Brooks, the mind behind Black Girl, Lost Keys, has taken a late-life diagnosis of ADHD and used it to uplift others. After being diagnosed with ADHD 3 times (age 7, 11, and 25), at 25 she was able to get the treatment she deserved. Black Girl, Lost Keys empowers black women with ADHD and shows them how to …

Dani Donovan ADHD Comics

Dani Donovan

Dani Donovan creates cathartic comics and a community of solidarity for adults with ADHD. ADHD can be difficult to explain, and even harder to talk about. We’re creative, friendly, and misunderstood by a lot of people. There can be a lot of guilt and shame weighing on our shoulders, and we often feel we have to …