9 iPhone Apps for ADHD
It’s Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD Awareness Week, which makes it a great time to put a list of iPhone apps together that have been built to test for ADHD and provide ADHD support for both people living with, and those that are caring for people with ADHD. After you’ve looked through these ADHD iPhone apps and find the right one for you, be sure to check out ADHDCentral.com.
ADHD iPhone Apps
This app was developed by AppWarrior and is actually a book that offers 22 tips on addressing and overcoming ADHD symptoms that are holding you or your child back from realizing full potential.
This application was designed by R. Kaan Ozbayrak, M.D. and provides an informal ADHD quiz that can be used to test for ADHD and assist in the screening process.
Created by Allan Robinson M.D., a pediatric and adolescent Physician who specializes in ADHD. This application allows college students with ADHD to stay in touch with their doctors while they’re away at school. Push notifications remind students to take medication and fill out a periodic quiz.
This app shares the name of a $.99 app, but was created by Aimfire LLC. It provides information about ADHD medications, coping with a family member who has ADHD, parenting a child with ADHD, building self esteem, and anger management techniques.
Comprehensive ebook organized into chapters so the reader can look into specific areas of interest with ease. This app also allows for font and color customization and serves as a guide to coping with ADHD.
Series of positive, verbal affirmations without any music or relaxation suggestions. It was developed and recorded by Steve G. Jones, M.Ed, Clinical Hypnotherapist. iPhone users can play these affirmations throughout the day to empower themselves.
A guide, packed with charts and graphs, that fills the void of available medical information with the latest clinical guidelines and recommended pharmacotherapies for the treatment of the growing population of adult men and women who suffer from the anxiety and restlessness related to ADHD.
This ebook app was written by Diane M. Kennedy, a former state advisory board member of Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD), a longtime member of the National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) and the Autism Society of America (ASA). The app provides help for frustrated ADHD patients and their families. (As well as those with autism, PDD, Asperger’s syndrome, and other related conditions.)
This application provides Mental Health Professionals with an easy way to diagnose and treat ADHD with medication. It can serve as a diagnosis screen for parent, teacher, adult and adolescent.