In this episode, we continue the conversation around neurodiversity and navigating a cancer diagnosis. Alissa Harris joins Helen to talk about being part of the lost generation - the group of people who went undiagnosed with ADHD (and often autism) until adulthood. It’s not only ADHD they have in common, Alissa is a cancer survivor after going through treatment for thyroid cancer 15-years-ago. Alissa’s story will resonate with people who were diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. She was always drawn to high-pace, dopamine-inducing industries but found herself in a continual cycle of burn-out. When the pandemic hit in 2020, Alissa found herself at home with to-do lists but never got anything done, but after decades of being busy, the slowness of lockdown uncovered a hidden part of herself.
It stands for Rangatahi Organised Against Racism, and ROAR On Air is an extension of this inspiring collective, led by young people passionate about racial equity. Get ready to get deep with comprehensive discussions around the challenges we face in Aotearoa and the positive actions we can all take to ensure we are educated, informed and motivated to tackle the tough stuff.
Presented by an experienced English teacher who understands the needs of his fellow migrants, these 30 minute lessons cover all aspects of English including Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. Hear how to improve English for general and workplace communication, social interactions, job interviews, IELTS and academic writing, along with interviews with migrants and English experts.
Friends to the Enz is about good music, good mates and good times. Join Boylee in conversation with different guests as they delve deep into the music they love and why the songs mean so much. Tune in for old gold, newer tracks, good conversation and a few laughs.