The challenges adults and children face eating out if they have sensory processing issues. My recent blog piece for Open Table UK explains what sensory processing disorder is, the barriers it can create to eating out, and what some restaurants are doing to help make dining out accessible to all. https://blog.opentable.co.uk/dining-out-sensory-processing-disorder/.Read More Too loud, too bright, too tasty!
 Conversations. “You’re not very good at this, are you?” Kim looks up from stacking the dishwasher to see Jay considering her from where he is sitting at the kitchen table, glass of wine at his side, rolling another cigarette. He has a long, thin body, long, thin hands, deep, calm, hooded eyes; all of […]Read More Home Work
I recently wrote a guest piece for the Talks By…. Megan blog, all about ADHD in women and girls. Read it here, and make sure you follow Megan’s blog too! She is really great to work with and inspirational. I’m Kerry and I have a lifelong history of mental ill health diagnoses. I advocate for […]Read More Talks by Kerry: ADHD in Girls and Women
(The frequent misdiagnosis of womxn) Imagine it is 1993. You are 16. You are obsessed with The Face magazine and rave music and you are really good at being an art student, but not much else, it would seem. You have been told all of your life you are crazily clever and you are destined […]Read More I don’t have depression: I have Attention Deficit Disorder