Feb 7, 2022 • 9M

78 - New ADHD Care: Adi Diner Talks About iFocus

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Sarah Snyder-Castañeda
We don't talk enough about women with ADHD, especially the impact hormones have on mental health. Former journalist and current ADHD'er Sarah Snyder unpacks this topic through patient stories, expert interviews and personal narrative.

In this episode, I'm excited to be joined by one of the first members of a support group I use to run.  Adi Diner was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult when she was studying for her Ph.D. Following her son's diagnosis three years ago, Adi started to explore new tools to help children and adults with ADHD.  She launched iFocus, an AI-powered digital health device that can determine if a person's ADHD treatment is working. 

Check out our conversation to find out more about how it works. 

Adi's Link https://www.ifocustest.com/

About The Adulting With ADHD Podcast

It’s not just you – we aren’t talking enough about ADHD and hormones. There are so many things I wish I had known about hormones and ADHD earlier. They play such a fundamental role in the human body, deeply impacting a person’s life at all of their life stages.

As a former journalist and current ADHD’er, I unpack this topic through patient stories, expert interviews, and personal narrative.

With new episodes biweekly on Wednesdays, The Adulting With ADHD Podcast covers a variety of ADHD hormone topics including puberty, menopause, perimenopause, PMS, PMDD, and more. Why aren’t we talking about this more? What do you do if you find yourself struggling with ADHD and hormones? We discuss this and much more.

Need basic info about ADHD and hormones? Get the free quick guide at https://adultingwithadhd.com/hormones.