To provide education, promote awareness, advocate for better treatment and accommodations, and to cultivate a trans-diagnostic sense of group identity with shared experiences and goals among those with executive dysfunction.
A world where people with executive dysfunction are not judged but understood, and have full access to effective accommodations for all aspects of their lives.
- To bring together those with different medical and psychiatric diagnoses who share their struggle with executive dysfunction in order to create a large, active, and empowered group
- To reduce the stigma around the effects of executive dysfunction by promoting awareness
- To provide accessible educational materials to the public
- To identify and promote treatment and accommodations that are supported by the research and people with executive dysfunction themselves
- To advocate for availability of effective accommodations within governments, corporations, schools, and other organizations