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How can you make a schedule to help with ADHD?

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Choose a time that’s quiet and unhurried -- maybe at night before you go to bed -- and plan out the next day, down to the task. Use a reminder app, a timer, or an alarm to help you stick to that schedule. Alternate things you want to do with ones you don’t to help your mind stay engaged.

From: Strategies for Adults With ADHD WebMD Medical Reference

Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada: “ADHD in the Workplace.”

CHADD of Northern California: “How Adult ADHD Affects Relationships: Strategies for Coping.”

CHADD: “Organization and Time Management.”

News Release: University of Georgia.

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on April 18, 2019

Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada: “ADHD in the Workplace.”

CHADD of Northern California: “How Adult ADHD Affects Relationships: Strategies for Coping.”

CHADD: “Organization and Time Management.”

News Release: University of Georgia.

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on April 18, 2019

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