An opportunity to connect with the ADHD community to learn and share all about executive function!

ADHD can make executive function – the mental skills that govern ‘life management’ things like working memory and self-control – a bit of a challenge. It’s not just about forgetting appointments – it can have immeasurable impacts on all parts of a person’s life.

Join Senator Jordon Steele-John and the ADHD community in this discussion about executive function. Why do ADHDers often struggle with it, and why does it matter? How can you improve things like your time management skills and working memory? And once you’ve identified your needs, what are some useful strategies to help you self-advocate for them?

Confirmed speakers with lived experience include:

  • Grace Koelma, ADHD advocate, educator and founder of Future ADHD
  • Joana Partyka, artist, activist and staffer at Jordon's office

This session is designed to be open and interactive, so come along with your best questions and tips, or feel free to simply listen and learn – there’s absolutely no pressure to participate.

While this event is primarily targeted at folks with lived experience of ADHD (no matter where you are in your journey or whether you’re formally or self-diagnosed), everyone is welcome to attend.

Event Details

Date & Time

Apr 19th, 2023 04:00 PM through to
Apr 19th, 2023 05:30 PM


Online Via Zoom



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