Great TEDx talk by Carnegie Mellon student Stephen Tonti about his journey with ADHD and his belief that our society needs to do a much better job of recognizing cognitive diversity. I especially appreciate his emphasis on what a HUGE role parents and teachers play in helping kids with ADHD either succeed and soar, or struggle miserably through their entire youth and often beyond. A great reminder that while there is no way to get rid of ADHD, people who have it can lead incredibly exciting, creative and productive lives if cognitive diversity is embraced and accommodated!

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