ADDA Health Storylines gives you many different tools to help manage your ADHD including a “Routine Builder” and a “Daily Moods Tracker.” We even have “Sync a Device” that lets you synchronize data with devices such as the Fitbit for monitoring your exercise so you can optimize your overall health and its effect on your ADHD in one place.
One frequent complaint from both adults living with ADHD and the ADHD professionals working with them is that the care team only sees a small fraction of what’s really happening. Much happens between each visit, and most of that information is lost. When there’s no way to easily capture what happens as it happens, we often forget details and miss what might be critical information, making it impossible to share what’s really happening with the professionals working with us the next time we meet. The ADDA Health Storylines app makes it easy to fill in the rest of the story.
ADDA’s Health Storylines app helps you easily track routines, moods, symptoms and more as they happen. Then, when asked, “So, how’s it working?” just share a summary of all your inputs on My Storylines. Gain insights into every aspect of your ADHD and easily share them with your entire your circle of support.
- Build self-awareness and introduce structure by using the app’s tool set to create plans and appointments, track symptoms and moods and monitor medication and side effects.
- Be able to use the ADDA Health Storylines app to connect with their circle of support to share their successes and challenges.
- Create a “storyline” that enables them to identify patterns by visually presenting data collected using the app’s tools.
Who: Duane Gordon
Duane Gordon is President of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA). As Communication Chair, Gordon led development of the ADDA Health Storylines mobile app. Gordon co-chaired two ADDA Conferences, leading the development of the mobile applications used in those conferences. Gordon is an adult with ADHD, an advocate and mentor for adults with ADHD, a founder of the Montreal Adult ADHD Support Group where he frequently presents on the use of technology in coping with ADHD, and Gordon is an expert with over 20 years’ experience in the field of computer technology.
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