Our Values

by Tori Throckmorton

These are the ideas that guide our communication and define what you can expect from us. If you see something that isnโ€™t aligned with the statements below, we want you to hold us accountable!

  • Our articles and community align to the proven scientific classification of ADHD as a genetic, neurobiological condition. We think of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as a unique brain wiring, not a disorder.
  • Our emphasis is on the strengths and the positives of ADHD, and we support our community in requesting appropriate accommodations under relevant regional disability legislation.
  • We ensure the information published is up-to-date, accurate, and cited, except where stated as the opinions and experiences of our individual members.
  • We value and encourage the contributions of our individual members so youโ€™ll hear many voices represented on this site.
  • Our community is a safe space for our members to share and learn from each other. We maintain a positive culture and discourage blame, hate, prejudice, and other unproductive negative commentaries.
  • We highlight products and make recommendations based on our members’ actual experience.
  • We prefer to use storytelling as much as possible to keep our content engaging and easy to read.
  • We want our site to be fun and visually appealing without being overly stimulating. To that end, we are intentionally keeping our site ad-free and accessible to all.
  • All of which supports the celebration of our one-of-a-kind brains and FLEXing our ADHD!