Lessons in this Course
- 1. What does your morning routine look like?
2. Adding dopamine
3. Adding movement
4. Working memory
5. Time blindness in the morning
6. Troubleshooting dopamine
7. Transitioning effectively
8. Flexibility; what to do when you have no time
About the Course
One of the most common ADHD struggles we face starts in the morning. Getting up on time and starting our day in a way that sets us up to succeed in school, the workplace or whatever we do with our day. In this course, I will be taking you through seven struggles that can stop you from starting the day how you want. Join me as we learn to build an ADHD morning routine worth getting up for.
ADHD Researcher and Coach
Doctoral Candidate in Population Health
Skye is an academic with over seven years of experience working in adult education. She has studied in various fields, including Psychology, Sociology, and Public Health, and is now a Doctoral Candidate in Population Health. Skye was diagnosed with ADHD at the start of her doctorate. Since then, she has dedicated her time to researching and disseminating ADHD studies, focusing on supporting others with strengths-based, neurodiverse-friendly tools and systems.