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ADHD today
JAN
27
2014

Suggested Apps that May Help Your Child with ADHD

Managing your child's ADHD can be tough. Fortunately, there is new technology that may help. Many apps have been specifically designed to help with issues like poor organization and time management skills. Review this list of apps to see which ones may be right for you and your child. Be aware that the price of these apps vary and are subject to change.

Get Organized!

Children with ADHD may often have trouble with organization. As a result, they may have difficulty keeping track of things or have a messy room or school locker. Fortunately, there are many modern tools, such as these apps, that are designed to make organization easier for you and your child.

Evernote
This comprehensive app allows your child to capture and organize all of his or her notes in one place. Your child can jot down thoughts, ideas, inspiration, and more.

EpicWin
The EpicWin app is a streamlined to-do list that lets your child capture everyday tasks with a role-playing spin. Your child will earn points and rewards for completing tasks as part of a larger game.

MyHomework
MyHomework can help your child track homework, tests, projects, and lessons. The app allows your child to access class materials and reminds him or her when assignments are due.

Manage Time

Children with ADHD may often have difficulty managing time. Parents often have to keep track of time for their children, but this list of apps may be able to help your child manage his or her own time.

Freedom
Freedom is a productivity app that can block your child from using the internet for up to eight hours at a time. This app can minimize online distractions so that your child can focus on the things he or she needs to accomplish.

Time Timer
The Time Timer app can help you set time limits for your child. A disappearing red disk helps your child see time progress so that he or she can keep better track of time.

There are many apps available that may help you and your child with ADHD. Consider researching and exploring other apps to find the one that's right for your family's needs.

What is INTUNIV?

INTUNIV is a prescription medicine used to treat Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in patients ages 6 to 17. INTUNIV may be used alone or added to an ADHD stimulant medicine. INTUNIV was shown to work in clinical studies lasting up to 8 weeks.

Important Safety Information About INTUNIV (guanfacine)

Patients should not take INTUNIV if they are allergic to guanfacine or other ingredients in INTUNIV, or other medicines containing guanfacine. Tell the doctor about all medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements your child is taking.

INTUNIV may cause serious side effects including low blood pressure, low heart rate, fainting, and sleepiness.

Before starting INTUNIV, tell the doctor if your child has low blood pressure, low heart rate, heart problems, has fainted, has liver or kidney problems, or has any other medical condition. You should also tell the doctor if your child is pregnant, breast-feeding, or plans to become pregnant or breast-feed.

Patients should drink plenty of water and not get overheated while taking INTUNIV.

Patients should not drive or use machinery like lawn mowers or power tools until they know how INTUNIV affects them. INTUNIV can slow thinking and motor skills. While taking INTUNIV, patients should not drink alcohol or take other medicines that can cause sleepiness or dizziness because these symptoms may get worse.

The most common side effects of INTUNIV include sleepiness, tiredness, trouble sleeping, low blood pressure, nausea, stomach pain, and dizziness.

INTUNIV should be swallowed whole without crushing, chewing, or breaking the tablet. INTUNIV should not be taken with a high-fat meal. Do not change the dose or stop INTUNIV without talking with the doctor. The doctor will regularly check your child's blood pressure and heart rate.

Please see Full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

INTUNIV (guanfacine) is a prescription medicine used to treat ADHD in kids ages 6-17. INTUNIV was shown to work in clinical studies lasting up to 8 weeks.
Important Safety Information
Patients should not take INTUNIV if they are allergic to guanfacine or other ingredients in INTUNIV, or other medicinces containing guanfacine. INTUNIV may cause serious side effects including low blood pressure, low heart rate, fainting, and sleepiness.
Important Safety Information and
Full Prescribing Information (PDF)

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