Yours truly! Twitter is a great place to find me, I’m active here every day.
A Black woman with ADHD—she creates great content and sells great products.
Pina the ADHD_Alien draws comics about life with ADHD. They’re relatable and adorable.
Pete’s a former teacher and writes with informed empathy about the intersection of autism and school.
Ann is an actually Autistic researcher and frequently posts excellent deconstructions of the latest crap in the field of autism research.
Hannah got sick with Covid in March of 2020 and never recovered. Helping to pioneer the patient-led “Long Covid” movement, she’s now been diagnosed with ME/CFS and a TBI.
Writer with multiple neurodivergent dx, also trans/nonbinary, queer, and multiply disabled in other ways. Talking about the intersections of these realities and how they all connect and crash.
Their work is advocating for neurodivergent people. They are Autistic and queer.
He makes art and funny videos.
Positive behavior intervention for neurodivergency, trauma and disability. Content for individuals and caregivers of individuals.
Artist, biologist and Autistic woman. Written in Portuguese.
His pinned "You might be Autistic, if…" thread is what led to my self-diagnosis (not gonna debate that with anyone, ever), and eventual clinical Autism diagnosis.
"Neurotypicality Research Institute" (formerly "Save The Neurotypicals!") is a satirical account, whose Autistic author uses to flip ableist language about us and turn it on the Neurotypicals. It's witty to hilarious.
Dr. Chloe is an Autistic researcher of neurodivergence in the UK. Her feed is often hard science. I can't do it justice—check her out, see if it's your thing!
Looking for an intersectional perspective? Riah has you covered! ADHD + Autism + Feminism + Disability Advocacy + Anti-Racism.
Another intersectional perspective. She is where I first learned about how much Autism and ADHD increases our chances of experiencing violence from police. Our facial expressions are apparently what they're taught as suspicious?
Another Autistic researcher of ND things! Lots of science about stress and autism.
Steve is an Autistic author, advocate, and often apologetic Floridian. Great feed for advocacy content.
She is both bipolar and schizophrenic and speaks openly about her experiences
Wendy is the former CISO of Duo, now Head of Advisory CISOs at CISCO. Wendy is ND, open about it, an international speaker, and infosec superhero. She’s an excellent example of ND folks in leadership.
Helen is the former CISO of Ohio State, another infosec superhero, and openly ND. Mostly infosec topics, but occasional ND activism. Another example of an ND person in leadership.
You may have seen Marina Amaral's books. She is kinda famous for two books she co-wrote with historian Dan Jones, where she painstakingly colorized black and white photos, and he wrote the back story of the photos. Lots of photos, but also some Autistic and ND activism.
“I think I’m pretty great and have interesting thoughts and infodumps. More seriously, I am a late diagnosed AuDHDer [autistic and ADHD] who is trained as an ADHD coach. I Tweet a lot about my experiences and realizations. It’s not an option in the neurotypes, but I’m also dyspraxic. Sometimes I talk about being a dyspraxic aerialist and how I do movement things I like while being clinically uncoordinated.”
Rach runs the Discord server and Twitter account. She also posts relatable threads and discussions about ADHD and ND experiences.
“I work on government code, engineering, and talk a lot about my ADHD and how i’ve succeeded in spite of it - and because of it.”
Jessica runs , a huge support network and YouTube channel/Discord on normalizing ADHD and mental health.
This person speaks about autism, neurodiversity, disability studies, Marxism, and anticapitalism. Written in Portuguese.
He runs YouTube channel, where he makes engaging videos about his life as an Autistic person, professional and father. His videos have humor and heart, and make people feel less alone.
Big-picture thinking about autism and society. Also includes really helpful nutritional tips.
They write about neurodiversity from a scientific standpoint as well as from personal experience.
They often discuss their lived experience with Bipolar Disorder, the harm of the mental health industrial complex, and the intersections of race and disability/mental illness.
Neurodivergent woman in tech designing access rider building tools to promote access and inclusion for neurokin in screen and media sector.
Neurodivergent artist, poet, and parent.
They are a great writer writing about life at the intersections of different neurodivergences. They are very funny sometimes, but also seem to be very kind and generous.
Editor of The Autistic Infodump . Late-dx Autistic, ADHD, queer, compunerd. Tweets are eclectic but plenty of ND content. Sorry about the puns.
Autistic late-diagnosed person with a neuroscience background who is a writer, speaker, and consultant and has multiple disabilities.
“I advocate as part of the autistic community and occasionally write on autistic topics for my own and other sites.”
Founder of various Autistic peer-led groups in New York City (now meeting via text-based chat, hopefully eventually in-person), including .
“I am a parent of ADHD kid and would like to share my perspective.”
Useful content on learning with ADHD, teaching with ADHD, doing research with ADHD, and general disability advocacy in higher education.
I’m the mostly speaking Autistic mother of a partially speaking Autistic teen. I’m also one of the editors of (Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism), and a non-attorney advocate for disabled children’s education.
“I'm neurodivergent (diagnosed with cPTSD a year ago, on top of an existing diagnosis of severe depression). And also I've been spending a lot of time and effort lately thinking about the most efficient ways to accomplish clear and complete communication, including starting my own social media site dedicated to exploring and promoting that idea not just by cultural norms on my server, but by developing tech to help ‘nudge’ people towards generally good behavior with each other.”