Many adults with ADHD struggle to find a calendar system that works for work and home life. And when you’re running a household with children, sometimes your calendar system can get more complex.
You not only have appointments, meetings and other commitments but every household has chores and other to-do lists. Having them in one place where everyone can see it and use it, is a must-have.
Dave introduces listeners to the Skylight Calendar.
On the podcast today is Anubhav Sarkar, product manager for Skylight Calendar. He walks us through all the Skylight Calendar’s features and how this can be a game changer for individuals with ADHD.
Anubhav discusses how Skylight realized this could be tremendously helpful for people with ADHD. Including the ability to have the skylight calendar in a visible location, how we can manage multiple schedules and to-do lists and help the entire family build good habits and routines.
He also discusses the following features that are ADHD-friendly.
- The Skylight Calendar is similar to a digital photo frame but can be placed on a counter or mounted to the wall.
- He discusses the basic features, including color coding as well as syncing schedules.
- One powerful feature is the chore chart which can be used by kids, families as well as adults with ADHD managing work to-do lists.
- And Anubhav goes through how the mobile app helps everyone have their schedules and to-do lists with them at all times.
If you want to learn more about the Skylight Calendar, you can find out more on their website: skylightcal.com
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