Here are some gift ideas that will excite any kid or teenager with ADHD. Sometimes the smallest thing can make the biggest impact!!!
Spinner Ring “You got this!"
A spinner ring is a super-subtle way to fidget in public. Repetitive motion helps relieve anxiety and as a bonus feature this ring has a choice of different motivational words inscribed on it. My personal favorite is “You got this”.
Aqua Notes Waterproof Note Pad
Sometimes in the shower one gets the best ideas and by the time you’re out of the shower those amazing thoughts are lost forever - especially for a busy teen. A Waterproof Notepad is a great way to quickly write down those ideas, update that important to do list and note those random thoughts to be retrieved later when needed.
Tile Essentials 4-pack (1 Mate, 1 Slim, 2 Stickers)
Difficulty in organization and losing things is one of the ADHD symptoms - this Tile can help! Attach Tile to keys, Sticker to your remote, or put Slim in your wallet, and use the app on iOS or Android to find them. Can’t find your keys use the app to ring your keys or wallet.
I personally love that you can also use the Tile to find your phone even if it’s on silent mode. Tile works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Xfinity, and Siri.
WK IEASON Lip Balm Holder Keychain with Clip
As consistent as I am in using Chapstick, I am also consistent in losing my Chapstick and then I found this great Chapstick holder that can be attached to any bag, lunchbox or keychain. Love these Chapstick holders and this style is by far the best I’ve tried. The material is stretchy but strong and retains it shape. Don't forget to get their favorite Chapstick too.
Inflated Wobble Cushion
In recent years there has been significant research in to the idea of “active sitting” (sitting on an unstable surface causing the body to continuously correct itself against gravity).
Encouraging the body to balance has benefits for the lower back and core while also providing benefits for focusing and concentration. Sitting on a wobble cushion is a good way to actively sit.
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