Living with ADHD in the age of information and social media | Theo Siggelakis | TEDxQuinnipiacU

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. An individual understanding of ADHD can help you understand what it means to live in a world that is hyperlink-rich. Wikipedia, Twitter, Instagram, and other similar media provide a rich, multidirectional environment that is well-suited for the ADHD mind.

Theodore Siggelakis graduated from Quinnipiac University as a 2014. Theo created his own major in Public Policy Analysis. It combines courses from English, Political Science and Sociology. He was active in Quinnipiac University’s Student Government, interned for numerous political campaigns, and now is the Campaign Manager for a New Hampshire state senatorial campaign.

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