Do you have ADHD, or do you care for someone with ADHD? If you do, this app' is for them or you.
Imagine an angel, a guardian looking over your shoulder, helping you with some of things that you struggle with because of your ADHD.
Simple things like:
• Reminders to take your medication
• A process for sending reports on how you feel and are how you are managing your behaviour to your doctor ahead of your next visit
• Meaningful simple text telling people what ADHD is, so you don't have get flustered telling them
• Advice for police officers, court officials and other professionals on how they should treat you (the stuff they should know but don't)
• Advice on the 8 main ADHD 'Tipping Points' or people with ADHD
• Emergency contact details, who should people ring if you need ADHD help
Now taken a step further – ADHD Angel now works in unison with Guardian Angel
Share your medication history, daily ratings and reports directly with your parent or Guardian. By enabling Guardian Angel you can
•Share Medication, schedule and logs with your Guardian
•Tell your Guardian how you are feeling, including notes
•Notifications update your guardian instantly to insure they have your lasted information
•Allow guardians to remind you of missed medication or mood ratings
•Seamlessly create PDF reports to share with your clinician
All in a single app for the iPhone or iPod Touch.
Provided by Phil Anderton PhD and Steve Brown a serving police officer, this app' brings together all their acclaimed work that is aimed at keeping young people with ADHD out of the Criminal Justice System. As international experts this app serves many purposes, not least of which is to allow you the person with ADHD to really start to manage yourself better and to begin the important business of keeping out of trouble.
Their work is firmly rooted in keeping young people with ADHD out of trouble, and this app' has been written by them for that purpose alone. No adverts, no charge, just solid, well thought out help.
Using international tools such as Swanson's SNAP IV rating scale, to keep your clinician up to date with how your life really has been over the past months before a visit, this app' has so much to offer you.
ADHD angel has direct links to the work being progressed by Phil Anderton and Steve Brown regarding the Tipping Points and their two models, BADGE and SHiELD, both of which ADHD Angel compliments.
Bugs fixes and support for iOS 10
Ratings and Reviews
Nice design, trouble with content
The app is quick to load. I don’t understand why they’re asking for addresses and contact info — not necessary for what it does. The content needs an editor as there’s a bunch of small errors scattered throughout.
Mostly I’m disappointed with the “Me & My ADHD” section. Calling me dysfunctional and broken really doesn’t fit to me. I’d have trouble showing that explanation to someone as a “why I am how I am.”
Everything is great except 4 the dosage under medication only goes up 2 70 & wont let u add the dosage that I take.
With ADHD it can be hard to remember when to take meds, and if you've taken them. I use this and have several reminders set just in case! I really like the way the app is set up, how quick and easy it is to log medications, and the daily questions are always a nice thing to look back on.
One downside is I am unable to log a different date/time that I took the medication if it's relatively near the time I've set for the alarm. If that is a possible feature, I have yet to discover it.
My biggest complaint, however, is its conspicuous nature. I've had friends borrow my phone at school and see a notification from ADHD Angel, which raised some questions I hadn't been comfortable sharing. I'm not ashamed of my disorder but I don't see the point in letting the whole world I have ADHD. Period trackers always have inconspicuous names and icons and I wish this would do the same.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.