A team of Indian American students set up organization to raise ADHD awareness

Their project aims to eliminate stigma around ADHD and clear out misconceptions regarding the condition.

A team of Indian American students set up organization to raise ADHD awareness

Team of three Indian American teenagers from Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois, have taken the initiative to raise awareness of ADHD (Atention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) through their organization ‘Project A Squared: ADHD Awareness’.

Gulnaaz Sayyad, Meha Krishnareddigari, and Riya Khandelwal founded the organization in 2020 through HOSA, which is an international career and technical student organization in the US, to eliminate stigma around ADHD and clear some miconceptions surrounding the condition.