Organising Challenges for People Living with ADHD
Getting and staying organised while living with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be challenging.
Does this sound like you?
- You are overwhelmed and stressed with too much stuff
- You have random items in boxes and are unsure what is in them
- You have piles of paperwork scattered all over the floor
- You struggle to move around in your space as objects block your path
- You have no idea where things are
- You get distracted and struggle to get your space organised
- You want to get organised but don’t know where to start
I work with people living with ADHD to gain control over their space. I assess your current organising challenges and work alongside you to develop organising solutions to meet your needs. My organising solutions can involve
- Categorising and organising your items in a way that is meaningful to you
- Establishing organising systems to make your home or office more functional
- Redesigning your floorplans and layouts to improve the functionality and flow of a space
- Setting up organising systems to enable you to find what you need when you need it
- Creating routines and habits to support you in staying organised
- Helping you get on top of your paperwork by establishing efficient paperwork systems
- Bringing order to your digital files and emails
My organising solutions are designed to be tailored to your needs.
Through establishing efficient organising solutions, you will
- Gain more control over your life
- Stop wasting time looking for stuff
- No longer feel overwhelmed by clutter
- Have less stress as you will know where things are
- Become more productive and focused
- Be able to retrieve information when you need it
My approach is to work with you and your ADHD to devise solutions that work for you. I love to get creative when organising and come up with solutions that suit your needs and, more importantly, that will last long after our session. I have completed my Level 1: Certificate of Study in ADHD and Level 2: ADHD Organising Specialist with the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD).