See, I had been talking about my plans for upcoming ADHD Awareness Week and he had an idea. He works at a news station, you can see where this is headed, when he said he did something he meant he had sent out an email to the producers of their local talk show, Central Valley Today, informing them of ADHD Awareness Week and suggesting me as the perfect guest.
Yep, he definitely did something. Then he back peddled a bit by saying that they might not decide to run a piece on ADHD Awareness, neither of us believed him. It wasn't long before I got an email asking for information, talking points, and graphics regarding Queen of the Distracted and ADHD.
I want to thank Amanda Jaurigui, Alex Delgado and KSEE 24 for having me on their show Central Valley Today and for taking the time to air this piece on ADHD. Our ADHD community is scattered around the globe. Often families and individuals who don't know what kind of support is out there feel isolated and alone. Every solid news piece, ever accurate article, sympathetic blogpost, and telling tweet allow more of that community to find the support, information, and help that they need.