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Coping Tips for Attention Deficit Disorder

Coping Tips for Attention Deficit Disorder

 

You may find the following coping tips helpful in dealing with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or attention deficit disorder (ADD). These coping tips are just generalized advice — not all will work for everyone in every situation. Find ones that “speak” to you, and practice those regularly. You may find that the more you practice one of these coping tips, the more helpful it is in dealing with your attention deficit disorder.

Coping Tips for ADHD

When necessary, ask the teacher or boss to repeat instructions rather than guess. Don’t be afraid to write things down as you’re listening, or take notes.

Break large assignments or job tasks into small, simple tasks. Set a deadline for each task and reward yourself as you complete each one.

Each day, make a list of what you need to do. Plan the best order for doing each task. Then make a schedule for doing them. Use a calendar or daily planner to keep yourself on track.

Work in a quiet area. Do one thing at a time. Give yourself short breaks. Reward yourself for achieving small milestones along the way. For instance, “If I get done reading 3 pages in Chapter 8, I’ll take a 5 minute break and grab a cookie.”

Write things you need to remember in a notebook with dividers. Write different kinds of information like assignments, appointments, and phone numbers in different sections. Keep the book with you all of the time.

To read full article, visit PsychCentral.

 

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