By Additude Remembering everything you need for a vacation or family trip can be a daunting task for people with ADHD. You don’t know where to start. You don’t know how much to bring. Or what to bring. There are so many choices to make that overwhelm sets in. Here is a master packing list […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Lori Newman Traveling is a challenge if you’re an ADHD adult. But it doesn’t have to be. These tips from top ADHD coaches will make your trip a pleasure, not a pain… Do you travel a lot for business? Is your annual 2-week vacation coming up? Or are you going on the adventure […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The holiday season might have many parents searching out for an ADHD holiday survival guide. So many changes happen during the holidays, that oftentimes sticking to your ADHD management quickly goes out the window. You have parties to go to and decorations to put up, and schedules change. All these things can add up to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sandy Maynard Why is packing such a daunting task for people with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD)? Is it because we don’t know where to begin? That we have to make decisions? I don’t know. I do know that putting it off does not make it easier – especially when you find your favorite […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dana Rayburn Decisions come hard for adults with ADHD, and packing a suitcase means decisions galore! “What outfit do I wear Saturday night?” and “How much can I fit into my suitcase?” are two of them. The typical approach for adults with ADHD is to pack their entire wardrobe. The last time I went […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sandy Maynard People with ADHD don’t relax in the usual way, so vacations can have an opposite effect and make you feel stressed out. Here, tips to make sure your time off provides the breather you need. Many people can relax on the beach with just a bottle of sunscreen, a beach chair and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Madeline R Vann, MPH With advance planning and lots of praise for the good behavior of children with ADHD, you can help ensure that family travels are memorable for fun, not meltdowns. Children and ADHD: Before Travel Begins Remember, children with ADHD do best with structure and clear expectations. “The trips that people have […]Continue Reading... No Comments.