How to Create Spaces That Are ADHD-Friendly by Lucy Wyndham  | David Snape and Friends – The place to show off your hidden talents

There is nothing more important to people with conditions like autism or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than to have a space that encourages peace and quiet. In particular, ADHD can make daily activities very challenging, especially ones that require organisation or systematic instruction. For children with ADHD, it can be difficult to get ready for school on time, to follow rules, and to go to places that are full of distractions, like the supermarket.

Source: How to Create Spaces That Are ADHD-Friendly by Lucy Wyndham  | David Snape and Friends – The place to show off your hidden talents

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