Loyle Carner spoke in parliament yesterday (April 24th) about what more can be done to help those with ADHD.
The rapper has been dealing with the condition his whole life, and has been open about the way it impacts on his day-to-day.
Running a cooking school for young adults with ADHD, Loyle has constantly moved to remove myths and stigmas around the condition.
Now he's taken that fight all the way to parliament. Loyle Carner was invited to speak at the first ADHD APPG meeting, an important step for the way the condition is treated by society.
Great to host the - first - ADHD APPG meeting. Thank you to speakers Polly Mackenzie @Demos - Artist @LoyleCarner and Kai, aged 15 who all spoke with passion on the barriers and way forward for people with ADHD. Thanks also to MP’s and guests for your contribution. @ADHDAction pic.twitter.com/S1iUsHnx9Y— Jo Platt MP (@JoPlattMP) April 24, 2018
Spoke at the Houses of Parliament yesterday about about ADHD awareness. We’re getting there, slowly slowly. https://t.co/u3GH0DDpeP— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) April 25, 2018
For more on Loyle Carner's ADHD cook school check out this video...
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