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Enter the ADHD Solutions We Love Sweepstakes!

Enter to win one of four prizes by answering this question below: What ADHD-friendly products or solutions could you not live without? What toys, games, or books are your child’s absolute favorites?

ADHD Solutions We Love

Like everything else, holiday shopping will look different this year. Let’s make it easier for our ADHD friends by filling the comments section below with ADHD solutions — products, services, toys, games, books, etc. — that you or your child could not live without. What are your five-star recommendations?

Enter to Win!

In the Comments section below, answer this question to enter: What ADHD-friendly products or solutions could you not live without? What toys, games, or books are your child’s absolute favorites?

Sweepstakes Prizes

What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew
Two winners will receive this book by Dr. Sharon Saline, which offers a positive approach to parenting children and teens with ADHD. Learn to interpret what your kids are communicating verbally and behaviorally and how to collaborate with them to enhance cooperation, closeness and productivity. Inside, find new insights into the minds and feelings of their children with ADHD — and a new, family-tested roadmap for reducing family stress and improving loving connections.


The ADHD Solution Deck
Two winners will receive this card deck full of strategies for reducing stress, building skills and fostering self-esteem. Each card offers a quote from a child, teen or parent living with ADHD, a quick summary of a typical challenge, and a coping or intervention tool(s).

Sweepstakes Deadline

Sunday, November 15, 2020, at 11:59 pm EST.

Sweepstakes Rules

This sweepstakes is open to U.S. residents only. One entry per person. The editors of ADDitude will select four winners at random and notify them via email. All winners must respond within 72 hours. (Read the full official rules)

Updated on October 14, 2020

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  1. I am a therapist, and I use a bunch of manipulatives such as 3D puzzles, fidget spinners, silly puddy, etc with my students and ADULTS. Anything where they can use their hands is very useful.

  2. I am all about sleep! But most nights, my brain just races. I tend to think about everything and worry about even more. Sometimes, I just need to slow my brain down. I keep my head phones under my pillow. I keep the volume down so low that it’s barely audible. The only way for me to hear what song is playing is to shut off my brain a bit. Quiet it if you will. Once my brain has slowed a bit, I tend to fall asleep. It’s not perfect. It doesn’t work 100% of the time. But it probably helps 80% of the time and that 80% is more than welcome.

    Anyone else have tips for falling asleep?

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