I am an experienced health nurse who comes from a background of working in Crisis and Assessment mental health settings. My career has been focused on providing comprehensive mental health assessments to adults in the community, often those who presented were from a neurodiverse group, which sparked my interest in ADHD. I have witnessed a profound impact when appropriate support and treatment is readily available to individuals and their families.Given my experience working with a diverse patient demographic, I possesses a keen understanding of the intricate complexities and interplay of potential mental health issues within ADHD. My goal is to ensure that everyone has access to the prompt and tailored care capable of tackling these factors. Being a member of the Royal College of Nursing, I am dedicated to maintaining a strong connection with the latest progress and improvements in my field. This commitment ensures that my practice stays well-informed and current. I take an active role in advocating for awareness around neurodiversity with a view of working towards reducing the stigma surrounding ADHD and indeed mental health. I firmly believe in the power of education and outreach, empowering individuals and communities to seek help and support so that they can live their lives to the fullest. When I am not working in a professional capacity, I enjoy travelling and going to the theatre or live performances with friends.