Provide Feedback on the ADHD Reporting Guidelines

by Rachel 17/11/2020 Resource Feedback

Hi everyone, 

We are doing some basic community forum beta testing ahead of its formal launch in 2021. We thought we would start with getting member-only feedback on select resources that we feel require further member input before we share them publicly to the world. 

We felt the ADHD reporting guidelines would be the perfect first resource to test the functionality of the forum. You can read the guidelines here: https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/adhd-reporting-guidelines

These guidelines are currently gated to free members only for the purpose of this test. Once we have factored in everyone's feedback here, we will update the guidelines accordingly and share it publicly. 

So please leave your feedback here about the ADHD reporting guidelines. Have we covered your key concerns? What else is missing? Are these guidelines readable and digestible? 

Bear in mind, we have to keep these guidelines simple for busy journalists and media professionals, so we can't include everything. It is likely that we have to create a separate, in-depth guide, to cover all the nuances. 

These guidelines are meant to start an important conversation that can lead to far better reporting over time. Change occurs with small, realistic steps! 

Preferably, we would like you to leave feedback on this post. But if you need to attach screenshots, photos or report any bugs, please email me at rachel@neurodiversitymedia.com 

Thanks! 

Rachel 

Rachel 23/11/2020 Resource Feedback

Hi everyone, 

We are doing some basic community forum beta testing ahead of its formal launch in 2021. We thought we would start with getting member-only feedback on select resources that we feel require further member input before we share them publicly to the world. 

We felt the ADHD reporting guidelines would be the perfect first resource to test the functionality of the forum. You can read the guidelines here: https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/adhd-reporting-guidelines

These guidelines are currently gated to free members only for the purpose of this test. Once we have factored in everyone's feedback here, we will update the guidelines accordingly and share it publicly. 

So please leave your feedback here about the ADHD reporting guidelines. Have we covered your key concerns? What else is missing? Are these guidelines readable and digestible? 

Bear in mind, we have to keep these guidelines simple for busy journalists and media professionals, so we can't include everything. It is likely that we have to create a separate, in-depth guide, to cover all the nuances. 

These guidelines are meant to start an important conversation that can lead to far better reporting over time. Change occurs with small, realistic steps! 

Preferably, we would like you to leave feedback on this post. But if you need to attach screenshots, photos or report any bugs, please email me at rachel@neurodiversitymedia.com 

Thanks! 

Rachel 


I think these guidelines are awesome!

Samantha 18/11/2020 Resource Feedback

Hi everyone, 

We are doing some basic community forum beta testing ahead of its formal launch in 2021. We thought we would start with getting member-only feedback on select resources that we feel require further member input before we share them publicly to the world. 

We felt the ADHD reporting guidelines would be the perfect first resource to test the functionality of the forum. You can read the guidelines here: https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/adhd-reporting-guidelines

These guidelines are currently gated to free members only for the purpose of this test. Once we have factored in everyone's feedback here, we will update the guidelines accordingly and share it publicly. 

So please leave your feedback here about the ADHD reporting guidelines. Have we covered your key concerns? What else is missing? Are these guidelines readable and digestible? 

Bear in mind, we have to keep these guidelines simple for busy journalists and media professionals, so we can't include everything. It is likely that we have to create a separate, in-depth guide, to cover all the nuances. 

These guidelines are meant to start an important conversation that can lead to far better reporting over time. Change occurs with small, realistic steps! 

Preferably, we would like you to leave feedback on this post. But if you need to attach screenshots, photos or report any bugs, please email me at rachel@neurodiversitymedia.com 

Thanks! 

Rachel 


Hi Rachel - I like it! I think you have covered the main things absolutely. I would add that is is under diagnosed in all adults not just women although of course women are. Also adding to the bad parenting, not caused by food or using ipads - those are big ones!

Sean 17/11/2020 Resource Feedback

Hi everyone, 

We are doing some basic community forum beta testing ahead of its formal launch in 2021. We thought we would start with getting member-only feedback on select resources that we feel require further member input before we share them publicly to the world. 

We felt the ADHD reporting guidelines would be the perfect first resource to test the functionality of the forum. You can read the guidelines here: https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/adhd-reporting-guidelines

These guidelines are currently gated to free members only for the purpose of this test. Once we have factored in everyone's feedback here, we will update the guidelines accordingly and share it publicly. 

So please leave your feedback here about the ADHD reporting guidelines. Have we covered your key concerns? What else is missing? Are these guidelines readable and digestible? 

Bear in mind, we have to keep these guidelines simple for busy journalists and media professionals, so we can't include everything. It is likely that we have to create a separate, in-depth guide, to cover all the nuances. 

These guidelines are meant to start an important conversation that can lead to far better reporting over time. Change occurs with small, realistic steps! 

Preferably, we would like you to leave feedback on this post. But if you need to attach screenshots, photos or report any bugs, please email me at rachel@neurodiversitymedia.com 

Thanks! 

Rachel 


These look very helpful to me and well designed for the busy journalist needing a quick reference. I have some thoughts on slight adjustments to wording and visual layout that might make even more digestible for the fast-paced and underinformed looking for such info. It will take more time than I have in the moment. Is there a date by which you need input for it to be considered?

Maggie 17/11/2020 Resource Feedback

Hi everyone, 

We are doing some basic community forum beta testing ahead of its formal launch in 2021. We thought we would start with getting member-only feedback on select resources that we feel require further member input before we share them publicly to the world. 

We felt the ADHD reporting guidelines would be the perfect first resource to test the functionality of the forum. You can read the guidelines here: https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/adhd-reporting-guidelines

These guidelines are currently gated to free members only for the purpose of this test. Once we have factored in everyone's feedback here, we will update the guidelines accordingly and share it publicly. 

So please leave your feedback here about the ADHD reporting guidelines. Have we covered your key concerns? What else is missing? Are these guidelines readable and digestible? 

Bear in mind, we have to keep these guidelines simple for busy journalists and media professionals, so we can't include everything. It is likely that we have to create a separate, in-depth guide, to cover all the nuances. 

These guidelines are meant to start an important conversation that can lead to far better reporting over time. Change occurs with small, realistic steps! 

Preferably, we would like you to leave feedback on this post. But if you need to attach screenshots, photos or report any bugs, please email me at rachel@neurodiversitymedia.com 

Thanks! 

Rachel 


I think these look really good--touch on all the issues I'd have suggested, and cover a lot more. Thanks!

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