I’ve heard people talk about asking for accommodations at work for their ADHD but I have not really heard of any examples of accommodations that have been given for this reason.

If you have accommodations at work, can you share what they are and if you feel like they have been helpful?

  • @SwearingRobin
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    54 months ago

    I work full remote, so I can’t give you options for in office specific stuff. For myself I always have a notebook and post it notes to replace short term memory. Also, silent fidget toys help me sit though meetings.

    Working from home itself helps me work because I can control the environment around me to have less distractions. Also I can get up and sit weird and fidget in my seat without fear of getting called out or judged for it.

    • Rhynoplaz
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      53 months ago

      What is with the irresistible urge to sit in your chair sideways as soon as the conference call starts?

      • @SwearingRobin
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        43 months ago

        I’m not much for siting sideways, more for putting my knees up and my feet on the seat, whitch I can luckily get away with without it showing on camera

        • Rhynoplaz
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          33 months ago

          I think I’m too old to even try that one.