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Here is the 2nd in our series of videos talking to Adults in Ireland about living with ADHD in Ireland today! A big thanks to John Mullee for taking part. If you would like to take part in this series and tell your story, please give us a call on 01-874 8349 or email info@hadd.ie

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“I feel like a universe, stuffed within a shoebox” – this is how Bryn Travers describes what it’s like to have Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Today the video ‘Shine a light – understanding ADHD’ is released: a short documentary about what ADHD is, both from a personal and from a clinical perspective.The hope is that this video will help young people and adults diagnosed with ADHD, or who suspect they have ADHD, as well as their family and friends, to understand the condition better.

See our first video interview on Adult ADHD!

In our new series of videos, adults in Ireland talk and give us their real lived experience of living with ADHD in Ireland in the 21st century. Please advised these videos can and do contain adult themes! For our first video we are very thankful to John Doyle for sharing his experience, thoughts and insights with us. If you would like to share your experience on living with ADHD, please contact us on 01-874 8349 or email info@hadd.ie

In our new series of videos, adults in Ireland talk and give us their real lived experience of living with ADHD in Ireland in the 21st century. Please advised these videos can and do contain adult themes! For our first video we are very thankful to John Doyle for sharing his experience, thoughts and insights with us. If you would like to share your experience on living with ADHD, please contact us on 01-874 8349 or email info@hadd.ie

“I need you to know. I want to explain. I have a very different brain.”

In this illuminating video, 7-year-old Giuliana Margolis invites you to take her hand and walk through a day of ADHD challenges at home, on the playground, and in the classroom. From impulsivity to distractibility to extreme emotions, “Take My Hand” offers a child’s-eye view of typical ADHD symptoms — all explained via a touching poem by Andrea Chesterman-Smith.

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