ADHD Part 7 Play to your strengths

When you plan your day, if you play to your strengths you will have a much happier and productive day, and end it feeling a better sense of achievement. We’ve already considered planning your day, making lists, prioritising your tasks, fitting them into your daily...

ADHD Part 6 Managing your finances

Taking control of your finances. Keeping control of finances can be difficult when you have an Autistic Spectrum Condition or ADHD. It may be down to your impulsive nature and need to complete and add to collections, or money and what it achieves for you may be a...

ADHD Part 5 Organise your environment

As you learn how you Autistic Spectrum Condition/ADHD affects you, you can bring that self-knowledge to your workplace or classroom to organise your environment to suit you. Start by thinking about what you know your best working conditions are. Are you hypersensitive...

ADHD Part 4 Managing your time

When you have an Autistic Spectrum Condition or ADHD, time can lose any real meaning. Tasks you don’t want to do might feel as though they take forever and you begin to procrastinate.   Alternatively, you might get so absorbed in a task that you lose track of time...

ADHD Part 3 Getting organised

If you have an ASC/ADHD, you might not understand how some people seem to be so efficient at organisation and managing their time. Of course some people do seem to be naturally better at it than others, but organisation and time management are skills that can be...

ADHD part 2 Developing healthy daily habits

All of us benefit from self caring activities, such as eating well, exercising regularly and getting sufficient sleep, but when you have ADHD it is important to try to take extra care. You probably already struggle with erratic sleep, compulsive eating or increased...

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