ating this experience alone. After months of complaining about it, I was compelled to take a stand for myself and the 6 million other women in the U.S. with ADHD, and the idea for Kaleidoscope Society was born.
Now, for the first time, women with ADHD have a platform created just us — a place to share our experiences, celebrate our unique strengths, connect with others and discover resources to help us thrive.
My vision is that one day all women with ADHD will feel celebrated for the unique value they add to the world.
I invite you to share our site with anyone in your life who may have ADHD or mental health professionals who may be interested in getting involved. Thank you to everyone near and far who helped make this idea a reality.
Here’s to all of us embracing what makes us unique, because it’s our differences that make the world a beautiful place to be.
Founder, Kaleidoscope Society