In It | ADHD in Black children: “In It” with Dr. Tumaini Coker

What are the unfamiliar challenges Black households face in terms of having children with ADHD? On this episode, hosts Amanda Morin and Bob Cunningham confer with Dr. Tumaini Coker, an companion professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington and director of compare at Seattle Kids’s Heart for Fluctuate and Health Equity, about her unfamiliar perspective as a researcher, pediatrician, and mother to twin boys with ADHD. Then, hear from a college pupil, Xavier, about how his ADHD prognosis shaped who he’s at this time.

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