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ADHD Resources

Helpful Websites + Blogs
Videos (Courtesy of ADDitude)
Motor Vehicle Safety
  • Behind the Wheel with ADHD: The app will reduce distractions/anxiety and reduce jump and go mentality on the road.

  • SpotHero is a digital parking reservation service that connects drivers looking to reserve and pay for parking spaces with parking lots, parking garages and valet services.

  • ParkMobile lets you easily find and pay for parking using our free app or online for over 1 million spaces across the country.

  • Waze – Save time getting to your destination and gas money.

Strategies for Managing ADHD
  • ADHD Experts Podcast – This ADDitude magazine interviews high profile ADHD experts on the topics they are most well known for it’s a great dive into the best and the brightest of the field

  • Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast – Nikki Kinzer, an ADHD coach, and Pete Wright, a funny producer with ADHD, join forces to delve into strategies and solutions to help improve the lives of people with ADHD.

  • ADHD reWired: Eric Tivers, an ADHD therapist and coach talks with everyday people with ADHD to share strategies that work and stories you can relate to.

  • Attention Talk Radio – This is one of the leading self-help Internet radio shows that focuses on managing symptoms associated with attention deficit disorder. It is hosted by Jeff Copper, an ADHD coach, who helps put a spotlight on attention and the role it plays in life.

  • ADHD 365 and All Things ADHD Podcasts – Children and Adults With ADHD (CHADD) is an organization founded on helping people with ADHD, and as part of that effort, they launched two podcasts: ADHD 365 and All Things ADHD.

  • I Have ADHD Podcast – Kristen Carder, an adult with ADHD, created this podcast to reach out to people with adult ADHD and to help others understand their thought processes and unlock their potential.

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  • Women’s Palooza: This virtual conference is a fun, information-packed way of learning from the ADHD experts while also benefiting from a community of people just like you. And you know what else? It’s free!

  • ADHD Parents' Palooza: Parents of kids with ADHD often struggle in isolation, worried that others won't understand their challenges or judge their parenting. Parents' Palooza offers a community of parents who know what you're going through.

  • ADDitude Webinars: Listen to these free webinars for good strategies to manage your time, health, relationships, and more

  • ADDA Webinars: The Attention Deficit Disorder Association offers free webinars to its members- it’s a great opportunity to learn from the best on any topic that interests you- show up live or catch the replay- it’s all at your fingertips

  • Annual International ADHD Conference: This 4-day conference is virtual in 2021 but usually runs in person. It’s created for professionals, people with ADHD, partners, and parents alike. It’s chock full of fun and great information!

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Helpful Apps + Tools
  • Voice Dream: For children and adults with reading disabilities and ADHD, Voice Dream Reader allows a student to highlight text which will then be read to them. For a learner who comprehends things better aurally, Voice Dream Reader is a must have.

  • Grammarly is a Web plug-in that helps with spelling and grammar when you’re typing online.

  • RescueTime (Mac, PC, Android) is a free software program that tracks how you spend your time on the computer and sends you weekly summaries along with a productivity score.

  • Time Out is a free Mac app that presents an overlay on your screen at specific intervals (for example, every 15, 30, or 45 minutes) for a set amount of time to remind you to get up, move, and give your body (and brain) a bit of a break from life inside the screen.

  • Asana: A project and task management software that is best suited for larger teams and has great tools for managers.

  • Dragon Naturally Speaking: This software turns speech into text. Some teachers encourage ADHD students to use it for free writing and brainstorming so they can get words on paper as they are beginning a new writing assignment.

  • Read & White Gold: Literacy software is a scan and read program that helps students, particularly those with learning disabilities such as ADHD, with reading, writing, studying, and research. Features include text-to-speech functions, screenshot readers, a digital dictionary, a spell checker, and speak-while-typing capabilities.

  • Evernote: A cloud-based note taking system that lets teachers and students share and search their notes on any device, anywhere. ADHD students can use Evernote as a free organizational tool to help stay on top of schoolwork.

  • The Blinkist app: Get the key ideas from a bestselling nonfiction book in just 15 minutes. Available in bitesize text and audio, the app makes it easier than ever to find time to read.

  • Mint – Manage your finances, set your bill reminders, check your credit score.

  • Tile Mate – Key Finder. Phone Finder. Anything Finder!

  • Headway app: Get inspired by key insights from the non-fiction bestsellers and daily quotes.

  • Inflow ADHD – Science-based app for Adult ADHD that provides tons of real-world information, tools, tips, and techniques.

  • Brain Toss – Braintoss allows you to capture your thoughts — such as to-do's, ideas, reminders and more.

  • – An alarm that makes you PROVE that you are really awake! 

  • Wordtune is the ultimate AI writing tool that rewrites, rephrases, and reword your writing!

  • Things – Personal Task Manager.

  • Forest – An app that helps people stay off their phones and focus on their work and social situations.

  • Life Cycle – Time and Activities Tracker.

  • 33 ADHD-Friendly Ways to Get Organized – ADDitude offers an article filled with helpful tips to get organized with adult ADHD at home and in the office.

  • Executive Function Worksheet – This worksheet can help you identify your child's executive function challenges and find out what may be effective in helping them to manage their workload at home and at school.

  • Essential Study Habits for College Students.

  • Time Management Apps for Teens.

  • 31 ADHD (Re)Solutions: Transform Your Life. 

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