Our mission is to help every person with ADHD reach their full potential
So, what's the story?
Inflow was born when founders Seb, Levi and Dr. Sachs came together on a mission to help every person with ADHD reach their full potential.
ADHD is a neurological difference that usually persists for life. Conservative estimates suggest that it affects 5% of the US population and costs nearly $15,000 per person per year.
While those figures seem huge for something that is so rarely talked about, it makes sense given the unique challenges that adults with ADHD face when trying to get help; the process often requires extensive organization and time-management skills, and can be expensive, exclusive, laborious and slow.
Inflow was created to offer another way; a sustainable, accessible and cost-effective solution for those who need support. We want to help as many people as possible experience the benefits of CBT, and learn to overcome their day-to-day challenges in a safe and stigma-free environment.
Our commitment to neurodiversity
At Inflow, we do not just tolerate or try to adjust for neurodiversity; we actively encourage it.
First coined by autism activist Judy Singer in 1998, the term 'neurodiversity' is used to describe the 1 in 20 people who have any or more than one of the following: ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Tourette’s Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia.
We believe that the promotion of neurodiversity is of urgent importance, and we are committed to fostering an environment that is inclusive of the natural variations within the human mind.
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