How I Overcame ADHD to Tackle Inequality | Clarence Ching (Access)
When Clarence was younger, he had difficulty concentrating and studying due to his condition with ADHD. He scored poorly in exams, was teased and stigmatized and school, and his parents sacrificed and tried everything they could to help him succeed. Today however, he is the founder of Access, a non-profit organization that aims to combat inequality in Singapore by providing opportunities for students from underprivileged backgrounds. This is his story.
You can find out more about Access at access-sg.co
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