Growing up deaf, Julian Henderson wasn’t evaluated for ADHD. He was labeled hyperactive and distracted and sent on his way, through high school and college where a doctor finally referred him for an ADHD diagnosis. Today he works at Ohio School for the Deaf, is hoping to start a career in information technology, and continues to learn how to keep his ADHD from controlling him.
Press play for stories about life with ADHD, how a diagnosis can be both relief and challenge, and how Julian hopes to find his place in the ADHD community.
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