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Michelle was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult 3 years ago aged 44, and since founded the charity ADHD Action to fight for change and bust stigma for ADHD across the UK.
She founded the All Party Parliamentary Group for ADHD, to lobby for change in Parliament and with ministers and peers. She has spoken extensively on TV, radio and national newspapers, and regularly trains teachers, doctors and other front line workers about ADHD.
Michelle has recently co-authored a paper on the diagnosis and treatment of women and girls with ADHD in the UK, which will be published soon on BMC Psychiatry.
Stephanie was also diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in 2017, aged 38, following the diagnosis of two of her daughters.
A former Magic Circle Lawyer working in Banking, Stephanie is now a certified ADHD Coach who has helped educate and inspire students and their parents, professionals, entrepreneurs and creatives to understand and embrace their ADHD, helping them to create the structures and strategies they need to achieve their goals.
Stephanie is a former Primary School Governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (“SEND”) and trustee of ADHD Action. Stephanie is passionate about raising awareness of ADHD, particularly in the Healthcare and Education sectors.