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Procrastination Station, the Hub for Adult ADHD Information & Empowerment in Scotland. We are the first and only Community Interest Company for Adult ADHD in Scotland. We aim to provide adults with ADHD the information they require to thrive and we are working towards being in the position to offer ADHD coaching and workshops throughout Scotland. Follow the link to find out more about us and our vision.

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Procrastination Station are putting together an ADHD cookbook and we'd like your input. We are looking for contributions of your quick, easy and nutritious recipe suggestions. In addition to the recipe we are asking for you to tell us your favourite song to accompany cooking. Everyone who contributes will be fully credited in the book.

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Written and published last year through the pandemic this new book about late diagnosis has swiftly become one of my favourites. It is an honest and relatable account of life as a working mother both before and after an ADHD diagnosis aged 51. It is a very easy read but contains a wealth of information with links to studies and further reading annotated throughout. I thoroughly recommend.

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Further exciting developments have been happening recently. We now have a team of five Board Directors - who I will introduce everyone to shortly; one of the Directors will be a fully certified ADHD Coach in November this year so we are another step closer to being able to offer coaching through the Hub (updates to follow); and we are in talks with the NHS about launching a National Lottery funded pilot scheme (again updates to follow!) So rest assured that progress is being made for adults with ADHD in Scotland - change is on the way!

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