Welcome to ADHD Notebook.

This site was created by ADHD Moms and Dads to create a caring and sharing community of people touched by ADHD in one way or another.  You may be dealing with an ADHD teenager for years, while others may have started the journey with a young child just diagnosed.  You may know someone in the office with ADHD symptoms or need to help a loving spouse searching for answers.

We can all share information and experiences with each other, learn from one another and grow together.

  • We believe that ADHD Notebook will be a SHARING and learning experience.
  • We help you create a PERSONAL  notebook, allowing you to track your experiences in a non-judgmental and very supportive environment.
  • We believe this site will enable us all to achieve SUCCESS together with our ADHD.

To join the ADHD Notebook community, simply click on the green button “Create my Notebook” on the right, or click here to register(If you are already registered and currently logged- in,  the link will return you to the home page.)

January 28, 2020

ADHD Memory Tools

I’m Sorry, Can You Repeat That?  Studies have shown that both children and adults with ADHD have exhibited inconsistent working memories.  Working memory is the ability […]
January 28, 2020

Stress Relievers for Parents of a Child with ADHD

Stress, a normal physical response to disturbing life events, can be good in small doses. Stress can help motivate you to improve your performance and push […]
January 28, 2020

Health Tips for Parents of ADHD Kids

Parents of a child with ADHD spend a lot of time and energy on the health of their child. But, being healthy, emotionally and physically, is just as […]
January 28, 2020

When Your Spouse Has Adult ADHD

As anyone who is married will tell you, it is fairly easy to find fault with a spouse. When that spouse is forgetful, disorganized, distracted, and […]
January 28, 2020

Diagnosing Adult ADHD

ADHD is often thought of as a childhood disorder but that is a myth. As many as 60% of children with ADHD will carry their disorder […]
January 28, 2020

Tips for Communcating with Your ADHD Teen

The very symptoms that define Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) also define the reason you probably have trouble communicating with your ADHD teenager. While most teenagers exhibit one […]
January 28, 2020

What Teachers Should Know About Recognizing and Treating ADHD

The National Institute of Mental Health says that 3 to 5 percent of preschool and school-age children have ADHD. So, if you are teaching a class […]
January 28, 2020
ADHD Homework Tips

Homework Help for ADHD Children

ADHD and Homework. These very words may conjure images of struggle and suffering in many a child and parent. This is especially true for the ADHD […]
January 28, 2020

Creative Ways to Cope with Hyperactivity

Children with ADHD are often explosively creative, fun, and brimming with energy.  The problem arises, however, when they leave their parents huffing and puffing in their […]