Could Virtual Reality Be Effective for the Treatment of ADHD in Children?

Many of us have heard of virtual reality in the context of fields like gaming, travel or architecture. Recent research suggests that its immersive and game-like qualities might make it an effective treatment tool for ADHD. It could soon take its place alongside other ADHD therapies.

“Exergaming” May Offer a New Way to Improve Executive Function in Children with ADHD

New research shows that combining video games and physical exercise (“exergaming”) may be an effective way to strengthen executive function in children with ADHD. Children in the study who used exergaming were better able to focus and more easily switch tasks when the rules of the game were changed.

When You Have ADHD and Need Motivation, Turn Your Life into a Game

If you have ADHD, you know how hard it can be to motivate yourself to do those boring but necessary tasks. Intrinsic motivation can be tough, and it can be difficult to find the right external motivation that works for you. Gamifying your life might just be the answer. Gamification can make life with ADHD easier by providing the boost of external motivation you might need to get things done.

Board Games – A Simple Tool to Build Executive Functioning Skills in Kids with ADHD

Many children are best able to express and challenge themselves through play. Research is showing that board games, used in conjunction with therapy or coaching, can help kids with ADHD or executive functioning issues, develop the intellectual, cognitive and social skills they need to succeed in school and life.