At Unlocking ADHD, our mission is to Empower ADHDers and their Families to Live Life to the Fullest.
We provide practical information and resources so that those who are living with ADHD in Singapore can be well equipped with strategies to identify their strengths and unlock their full potential. We want to bring hope to the ADHD community and create a safe and supportive space for ADHDers and their families to thrive.
Unlocking ADHD volunteer Ash shares his journey to getting an ADHD diagnosis while studying – and how finding a community helped him to find support and empowerment. When I was […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD volunteer Jae shares her unconventional route to getting an ADHD diagnosis on her own, and offers advice to university students who are looking for avenues to get an […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD writer Esther David takes us through her childhood and to her present, where she has learnt to unlock her ADHD superpower and make life better for herself and […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD contributor Mag Chan is the 29-year-old art director and co-founder of HVV, an e-commerce fashion label she co-founded with her sister in 2007 – the same year she […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD writer Chng Li Ming spoke with Cheyenne Seah on her ADHD from diagnosis to where she is today – helping businesses and ADHDers strategise and build on their […]Read More >
Always wondered how adults can have ADHD? When did they find out and what happens after diagnosis? How does ADHD affect their personal and professional life? What workplace survival strategies […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD writer Natalie Ho talks with Esmond Wee about his journey with ADHD, and the people who helped him through it. Not many could say they have experienced what […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD Contributor Sandy Pace looks at the hot button topic of ADHD medication to find a constructive way for parents to broach the topic with their children. If you’re […]Read More >
Unlocking ADHD writer Vanessa Toh shares about her struggles with ADHD as a teenager and what it felt like during a time when mental health was not at the forefront […]Read More >
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