ADHD is difficult in any setting but for adults working at home due to the pandemic it can even be more distracting. The change of scenery and new distractions can lead a person with ADHD into a pitfall of uncompleted tasks. Knowing how to manage oneself while working at home can take time and can be difficult at first. It is important to be organized and find ways to stay on track.
The article, “If you have ADHD, here’s how to manage working from home” by Kristen Rogers looks at ways one can stay on track and learn to complete what needs done. She states,
“As some companies shifted to working from home, some adults with ADHD hit a wall. The transition has been challenging for many. But for some adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly called ADHD, the switch means they’re struggling to stay on top of things as well as they may have in the office.”
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Learning new methods and coping strategies to minimize distractions and narrow focus on tasks is key and the suggestions listed in the above article can definitely help a person deal with the stress of working at home while dealing with ADHD. Please also review AIHCP’s ADHD Consulting Training Program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.