Starting to Declutter

Clutter can be a huge issue for many people with Attention Deficit Disorder. There are probably 101 reasons as to why people with ADD have accumulated clutter but in this post I would like to focus on moving forward and starting to eliminate clutter. I’m sure many adults with ADD would like to begin decluttering…

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The Adult ADD Audio Coach

The ADD Audio Coach is a great program for people with ADD. This program isn’t meant to actually take the place of an actual live ADD Coach. However, it can be a wonderful tool for those with Adult ADD to either use by themselves are with their ADD Coach. The workbook and CDs are very…

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Completing Daily Tasks

  Completing daily tasks can be very challenging for many adults with ADD. Many times people with ADD get very overwhelmed and do not know where to begin because there just seems too much to do. Something that can be very helpful to people with Attention Deficit Disorder is using a daily task chart and…

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Adult ADD and Money Management

     I want to let people know about a great blog called Adult ADD Finance. It offers some great tips and advice for Adult ADD and Money Management Issues. It includes some great posts like Payday budget and Don’t Know much about nothing. It also has a section for readers to ask questions about…

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An ADD Friendly Electronic Organizer

As an ADD Coach I am often asked about what type of PDA or Electronic organizer I recommend. Before I even come close to suggesting a PDA or organizer I ask my clients what it is they actually want to do with the PDA. Once they have answered this question I then ask if they…

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ADD Friendly Cell Phone

I think that there are 2 things that no driver with Attention Deficit Disorder should be with out. The first is a roadside assistance plan like AAA. The second is a cell phone. What good is AAA if you do not have a cell phone to call them on? Ok, I know that there are…

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Finding Professionals who understand Adult ADD

One of the biggest concerns that I hear from adults with ADD is that they can’t find a professional who really understands adult ADD. Many people begin with their primary care physician or go through their insurance company to try to get evaluated and/or treated for adult ADD. Some very lucky people do find great…

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