Dr. Carrie McMillin is a naturopathic physician that specializes in treating adults and children with ADHD and anxiety.
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I have a major complaint with the majority of books for ADHD: They aren't laid out in a way that's easy for ADHD brains to stay engaged!
I was so excited to open up Organizing Solutions for People With ADHD and find that it is a book that has helpful information AND is ADHD-friendly.
Susan C. Pinsky got it right by creating a book that utilizes photos, breaks text into manageable chunks, and organizes sections in a way that makes it easy to jump from one topic to another depending on what is relevant to you.
This is a book I highly recommend for people who are looking to set up some ADHD-friendly systems for staying more organized. You won't find a list of ways to make your space look pretty, but you will find easy ways to organize your stuff that is actually able to be maintained.
While these techniques will be helpful for anyone, they are clearly created with executive function deficits in mind.
So if you are running into a wall because every time you try to organize your space, the system doesn't last, check out Organizing Solutions for People With ADHD by Susan C. Pinsky. It is easily one of my favorite books to recommend to my patients!