The ADHD app provides both parents and schools with specific strategies to manage and direct the behavior of children with attentional difficulties. Over 30 specific concerns are dealt with including aggression, alternatives to aggression, anger, anxiety, auditory attention, bad language, conversational skills, cooperation, distractibility, following directions, hyperactivity, impulsivity, lying making friends, managing screen time, medication, memory games, memory strategies, memory tools, nonverbal problem solving, organization, selective attention, self-regulation, social problem solving, social skills for school, stealing, tantrums, verbal problem solving, visual attention, visual perception, and working memory. A focus is on both minimizing the impact of negative behavior and increasing core competencies.
The parent or school can get a set of strategies based on the age of the child and where the strategies are needed. They can view the strategies instantly on their device, print them, save them in PDF format, send them to Apple Books, as well as emailing or texting them with an attached note with their own specific instructions or comments. It can be used as a communication device between home and school in terms of sharing effective behavioral and teaching strategies.
All strategy reports include a listing of references including websites and names of periodicals from which the strategies were derived.