Joseph Gitau shares how having ADHD and Bipolar Disorder made him doubt his abilities, and how he learned to let his true self shine through.
Last week the Seattle Times ran a front-page story on Vincenzo Di Salvo, a Tacoma School District student who received Edge coaching in middle school and triumphantly graduated high school. Next fall he will become the first in his family to attend college. Vincenzo credits Pam Frazier, his Edge coach, as the single biggest reason he was able to turn his life around and graduate. His is an inspiring story of the power of resilience, coaching and caring to overcome even the most difficult challenges.
October is ADHD Awareness Month. Our understanding of ADHD has steadily progressed since it was first formally recognized as a medical condition. For those with ADHD, life can be a constant struggle. Yet, some of the world’s most accomplished people have have overcome their diagnosis and leveraged their ADHD “super powers” to achieve extraordinary success in their field. Here are some of their inspiring stories.
Virgin Founder and adventurer Sir Richard Branson has dyslexia and ADHD—but that has not stopped him from building a major record label, owning a large airline, sending tourists into space or building an … Read More
You may have noticed the increasing frequency of athlete’s being busted for misusing Adderall. The latest scandal came earlier this month when Seattle Seahawk’s starting cornerbacks, Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner, face … Read More
The 2012/2013 Shire ADHD Scholarships were announced last week. We are busy working to find coaches for these deserving students so they can get started on building new habits over the summer. … Read More