How to ADHDis creating an ADHD "toolbox" full of research-based information and tips!
You also get access to our main Discord chatroom!
Access to our Patreon stream, where we'll post sneak peeks, behind the scenes, research, stuff that didn't make it into the videos, blooper reels-–
Access to Discord, including a special behind the scenes chat where we'll be dropping random happenings, updates and connecting with you, AND --
*NEW* -- access to my daily vlog, documenting my journey as a professional YouTuber and mental health advocate!
SUPERbrain status! You're officially making this show possible and contributing to spreading ADHD awareness. GIANT HUGS OF AWESOME!!!!
You'll also have access to our private group chats on Discord, INCLUDING --
SUPER EPISODE IDEAS -- to tell us what kind of content you'd like to see on the main channel/give me feedback on topics I'm considering tackling aaaand --
SUPER VLOG IDEAS -- to suggest things for me to include in the daily vlog!
**my brain doesn't always cooperate, so no promises (channeling creativity is kind of like herding cats) -- but I'll read suggestions regularly :D
About How to ADHD
Making these videos is really time consuming -- between research, writing, shooting, editing, posting and promoting, they each take me and my team between 40-80 hours.
I also do advocacy work beyond the channel, writing articles, speaking on podcasts, giving TEDx talks (above) -- really, anything I can that helps further global understanding and support of ADHD.
There's nothing in the world I'd rather be doing, and your support is what makes all of this possible. <3 THANK YOU <3
* A DAILY behind-the-scenes vlog:
Part of Jessica going full-time means she's had time to record a behind the scenes vlog – if we reach the PROFESSIONALLY PROFESSIONAL level, Jess can keep this vlog up daily, while still researching and making content for the channel!
* More content
We have a BUNCH of things we need to finish putting together: additional material from interviews we've done, special bonus episodes with "buddy system" meditation, and a whole bunch more. Being full time means we have the time to get all that out the door!
* "How to ADHD" in the classroom! – I can start developing talks and materials to share with schools around the country, to spread ADHD awareness in the classroom! My goal: "a basket of fidget toys on every teacher's desk!"
* Expanding the channel – We're quickly becoming more than just a YouTube channel – we're becoming advocates for ADHD and mental health in general. After the TEDx talk, opportunities have been coming in to do speaking engagements (possibly write a book). Your support will give me the time to develop content for advocacy in other arenas beyond YouTube, with the goal of educating and empowering _more_ people to spread the message of ADHD awareness and supporting ADHD children and adults in the U.S. and around the world.
* AND CRITICALLY
I will FINALLY have time to practice my ukelele! Which means... SONGS!