Get access to FLOWN for your staff and students
And with the rise in remote learning, challenges around motivation, attainment and wellbeing are growing steeper.
Students struggling with
procrastination and focus
US college students with burnout
and mental ill health in 2020–2021
(Healthy Minds Study)
Percentage of UK university staff
displaying ‘probable depression’
Year-on-year rise in number of English
University first year dropouts 2021/2022
(Higher Education Statistics Agency)
🎯 Increase productivity and course completion rates
🎯 Improve focus and wellness for students and faculty
🎯 Boost overall levels of attainment
🎯 Reduce pressure on student welfare teams, especially
around ADHD support
We provide online sessions and resources designed to trigger sustained bouts of concentration, and enable healthy habits for the brain.
65+ hours of live, facilitated focus sessions weekly
Led by professional, highly experienced facilitators
Designed around key insights from behavioural science
Live and on-demand content to help you unwind, manage stress and recharge
At the start of focus sessions, users commit to tasks in small groups
Members are encouraged to concentrate on one thing at a time – combatting overwhelm and encouraging deeper focus
Members work alongside each other via video call, using 'body doubling', a technique often recommended to people with ADHD
Scheduled time for staying on task brings greater structure to the member's work day
Members are encouraged to stay on camera so that they feel the accountability provided by the group
"I've personally found a lot of benefit from using FLOWN and have been happy to recommend it to both staff and students at the University of Birmingham."
Dr Karen Guldberg, Head of the Department of Disability, Inclusion and Special Needs (DISN) at the School of Education, University of Birmingham
Dealing with extended and often lonely periods of self-directed study is a challenge.
With postgraduates forming a quarter of our members, FLOWN offers an ideal community for those in long term study to network, focus together, and be supported in their work.
FLOWN has helped countless postgrads like Hari to connect with likeminded others, find accountability, and complete their projects with greater ease.
✔ Find community
✔ Reduce stress
✔ Boost attainment
Those working or studying remotely are more likely to struggle with work-life boundaries and focus. FLOWN provides the structure and community to help members do both.
FLOWN's toolkit can help people with emotional issues such as depression, anxiety, and stress. Time management, social interaction, and accountability are all central to the platform.
People who have or suspect they have ADHD find that FLOWN helps them stay on task, often while they go through the lengthy process for getting a formal diagnosis.
The NHS reported a 20% year-on-year rise in ADHD diagnoses in 2022. As awareness of neurodiversity grows, so does the pressure on institutions to offer support.
But with formal ADHD diagnoses taking around 18 months to complete,
many academics and students are left with minimal help in the meantime.
🎯 A ready Access To Work-approved resource for those with ADHD
🎯 Supportive online community - 1/3 of members identify as ADHD
🎯 Unlimited virtual coworking for those struggling with focus
🎯 ADHD-specific chat groups to connect and share insights
🎯 Accredited 1:1 ADHD coaching available via the FLOWN platform
🎯 A trove of ADHD articles, resources and practical insights