You may want a coach, but until you have the snap on hand, there are plenty of free resources
- If you’re in Oregon – Oregon health shares (https://www.healthshareoregon.org/) is free, and it covered my visits to Northwest ADHD (https://nw-adhd.com/), including visits with a Psychologist and a Nurse Practitioner, and also covered the cost of my meds.
Check in your area – you may be surprised at what is available!
- My recommended first step for ADHD: a day-starter ritual: https://adhdwhatnext.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/the-three-tuitions.pdf
- I like text: I share tips on ADHD regularly at https://twitter.com/adhdwhatnext
- ADHD brains need to anchor in the body. Check out Yoga with Adriene (https://www.youtube.com/c/yogawithadriene ) She puts terrific classes online for free. I am in love with her dog Benji, who is usually laying on the floor ignoring her while she teaches. It’s hilarious.
- Some twitter accounts I get a lot from:
5. If you like podcasts, A Have ADHD from Kristin Carder is great: https://open.spotify.com/show/6t1VWB5kU1QgCPCLypBuMt?si=_3pRA2sLQuyCDqnjrAtvhA&dl_branch=1
5. If you like short punchy videos, Jessica has been cranking them out for a long time: https://www.youtube.com/c/HowtoADHD
Your turn: Share your tips and resources for newly diagnosed ADHDers.