Maxfield Sparrow

Maxfield Sparrow is a transmasculine Autistic author traveling North America with Fermat the Wonder Cat.

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Sari Solden & Associates

Psychotherapist Sari Solden, MS, is a pioneer in the field of counseling women and men with the strengths and struggles of ADHD. She is the author of two popular books and a well-known, international keynote speaker on the subject.

The Hallowell Centers for Cognitive and Emotional Health – Unwrapping the Gifts in All Minds

"As I see it, ADHD is a trait, not a disorder. I like to say I do not treat disabilities, I unwrap gifts. Yes, ADHD can be a terrible curse; but dealt with properly it can be the wings that carry you to the heights." - Dr. Edward Hallowell

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Zoë Kessler - ADHD According to Zoë

“I think of it as a cautionary tale,” says Kessler, who was diagnosed with ADHD at age 47. Part memoir, part self-help, ADHD According to Zoë describes the author’s harrowing experiences with undiagnosed ADHD. But the message remains positive: using Kessler’s strategies to overcome ADHD challenges, you too can thrive with ADHD.


auticon is an international IT service provider and the first company in Germany to exclusively employ people on the autism spectrum as IT consultants. We are extremely proud of our autism-positive work culture, recognizing each employee for their individual strengths and talents and delivering outstanding quality to our customers.

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The Art of Autism

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Adam Morgan Foundation

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Melissa Orlov - ADHD Effect Marriage Counseling

"Knowledge is power, and understanding and respecting your differences is the key to long-lasting joy when one or both of you has ADHD. I offer support for adults with ADHD and their partners, including seminars and support groups so couples impacted by ADHD can learn to thrive again."

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Christopher Mathey

Christopher Mathey is a Divergents contributer and a Lecturer in sociology at Texas A&M University. Mathey views neurodiversity through the sociologist lens, drawing from his meticulous, meta-cognitive self understanding.

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