The ADHD Company

Coaching for people with ADHD

Our coaches know what it is like to have ADHD. We know how hard it can be. We also know that it doesn't have to be such a struggle. Work with us to find a better way to live. Learn to thrive with ADHD!


Having and keeping relationships is not a strength for people with ADHD. Learning strategies to have more meaningful relationships can be the best thing you can do for yourself.


Work & School

ADHD can be an engine of success in your career, or it can be your stumbling block. 


Mental Health

People don't appreciate this until its gone.  ADHD is a great engine to achieve all sorts of things, but burnout is one to avoid.


Isn't everyone like that?

Many people are, at times, inattentive, distractible, impulsive, or highly active. A diagnosis of ADHD might result IF THE BEHAVIOURS PERSIST over time AND NEGATIVELY AFFECT the person’s family, social, school, or work life.

ADHD is one of the most common mental disorders in children and adolescents. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, ADHD affects an estimated 8.4% of children and 2.5% of adults in the United States.

ADHD symptoms can vary from mild to severe, and they may persist into adulthood. ADHD can make it difficult for people to control their impulses, pay attention, and sit still.

People with ADHD may also have other mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression. ADHD can cause problems at home, school, work, and in relationships.

There is no single test used to diagnose ADHD. A diagnosis is based on a comprehensive evaluation by a qualified mental health professional. Treatment for ADHD often includes medication, counselling, and behaviour therapy.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that ADHD affects more than 11% of children aged 4-17 years in the United States. Boys are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than girls: about 1 in 5 boys and 1 in 11 girls are affected.


Adults Too

ADHD is not just a childhood disorder.

All Relationships

ADHD is a part of every relationship in an ADHD person's life. 


There is no single test that can confirm a diagnosis of ADHD.


The symptoms of other conditions can resemble those of ADHD.