10 Ways to Get Your ADHD Child Organized

Organization help to transform even the messiest children with ADHD into neatniks — and help prepare them for life on their own.

Use Visual Cues

Many children with ADHD are visual processors. For school binders, papers, and notebooks, consider color-coding with a different color for each subject. Trying using one color for homework, and another color for papers that stay home. Around the house, use open shelving or clear containers with labels to keep rooms tidy. Clear-plastic, over-the-door shoe holders are a great place to keep small items that are easily lost.  
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