Submission Rules

Help us celebrate ADHD Awareness Month

Submit Memes, Art, and Stories!
Check the rules. Then find links to forms below.

Make us laugh, make us cry, make us think, and get a chance to win a prize!
Be thoughtful about the entries you create — we want to share them with the world. We know you can come up with some funny, smart entries.
Get inspired by past memes here, art and stories.

Approved submissions received between September 1, 2021 and
11:59 p.m. ET on October 28, 2021 will be entered into the drawing

Prizes

Important Guidelines for Memes, for Stories, for Artwork

For Art

  • Upload your image sharing your experience with ADHD. This could be:
    • a photo you have taken
    • a painting or drawing you have made
    • a cartoon you have authored or
    • any other image that explains your ADHD experience
  • Include a title and fewer than 150 characters (about 20 words) describing your image.
  • The image must be smaller than 64MB. For help with that, see www.resize-photos.com.

For Stories

  • Enter your story on the form here.
  • Share your lived experience by responding to one of the following prompts:
    • What tips do you have for relationships and communication when ADHD is involved?
    • What treatment options have you found helpful as you address ADHD?
    • What parenting strategies have worked for you when ADHD is part of the family?
    • What has been successful for you in living with ADHD and a co-occurring condition?
    • How has getting a diagnosis of ADHD made a positive difference in your life?
  • Stories must not be longer than 1000 characters counting spaces. (That is generally between 150 and 200 words.)
  • No swearing, crude language, or mean-spirited entries will be accepted (we’re a community, after all).
  • Stories are not commercials. You may include your profession, but mention of a business, website or images marketing a business will be refused.

For Memes

  • Upload your meme here to enter
  • The image must be smaller than 64MB. For help with that, see www.resize-photos.com.
  • Your image must include #ADHDAwarenessMonth
  • No swearing, crude language, or mean-spirited entries will be accepted (we’re a community, after all).
  • Memes are not commercials. Mention of a business or website may be included but images marketing a business will be refused.
  • All original images must include #ADHDAwarenessMonth in the image.
  • Your meme must not infringe on any third-party rights.
  • All images used in newly created memes must be either be original, open source, or have appropriate permissions.
  • Non-original memes are welcome but not eligible for the drawing.