Last updated: November 27th, 2019
ADHD is a tricky condition to manage. Naturally, people with ADHD appreciate all of the support they can get. So, if you would truly like to support an ADHD sufferer, you might consider giving them one of following 7 amazing gifts for people with ADHD.
And best of all, the following ADHD gifts are genuinely useful, and ADHD-approved (by yours truly).
Enjoy the full list…
1. Sagely Smart Weekly Pill Organizer
This is the first pill organizer I’ve seen that actually looks good, so that you can keep all of your medication and natural supplements organized (on the kitchen countertop) without having a bunch of pill bottles scattered around.
Plus, I also like that this pill organizer has separate compartments for A.M. and P.M. medication dosing schedules. This is actually important, because people with ADHD often take their ADHD medication in the morning, and then use vitamins and natural supplements in the evening (after their ADHD medication has worn off). This helps to prevent interactions that can disrupt the effectiveness of ADHD medication.
It’s also just plain annoying to consistently remember to take daily supplements after a long day of work. So, this weekly pill organizer can really help people with ADHD live a healthier, happier and less stressful lifestyle.
2. Humangear GoTubb
The Humangear GoTubb 3-Pack (Amazon) is one of the most affordable and fun gifts for people who suffer from ADHD.
This is a package of three high-quality containers that you can take almost anywhere, and open with one hand. Isn’t that amazing?
These tubs provide an amazing option for storing small quantities of ADHD medication, ADHD herbs and spices, snacks and other items while on-the-go.
When it comes to traveling, commuting to work, or enjoying a weekend getaway – these GoTubbs are extremely handy for stashing important items and then hitting the road.
Oh, and as an added bonus, these containers are also “airplane carry-on approved”. Some people even use these containers to bring lotions and creams on flights!
3. Tom Bihn Backpack
Tom Bihn Backpacks are the highest-quality backpacks that I know of.
They’re built methodically – with strong materials, clever pocket locations, and awesome organizational savviness.
I know this sounds like an ‘extreme’ product description. But, I really do love these bags more than any others.
I own a simple Aeronaut 30 Packing Cube Backpack to use as a daypack (as shown in the image above). I use this pack for exploring cities, museums, parks and trails. It’s a relatively affordable and basic backpack.
But, the Synapse 25 actually appears to be one of Tom Bihn’s most ADHD-friendly backpacks, because it comes equipped with five zippered pockets, and more than enough space to carry a 1-liter waterbottle, light jacket, pens, laptop, keys, snacks, clothing and much more.
Just as a fair warning: Yes, most of these backpacks are quite expensive. But, I think that you generally “get what you pay for” when it comes to backpacks, travel gear and luggage (this rule isn’t always true, but it certainly is in this case).
You can check out the Tom Bihn website to see many more of their amazing backpacks, travel bags, totes and accessories.
4. UE Wonderboom 2 Super Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker
The UE Wonderboom 2 Super Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker (Amazon) is an amazing speaker that’s perfect for using in the shower.
Yeah, keeping a speaker in the shower might sound unusual.
But, thanks to modern technology, this waterproof and wireless speaker makes it easy for people with ADHD to listen to podcasts, jam out to music, and even take phone calls while in the shower (the speaker syncs to your smartphone, and the speaker will automatically pause your music for incoming phone calls, so that you can chat with friends while in the shower).
Sure, this speaker might cause one’s water bill to go up a bit…
But, almost nothing can compare to the pleasure of taking a long hot shower while listening to an amazing podcast episode (or chatting with friends).
I’ll take that deal any day of the week.
5. Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones
The Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones (Amazon) are the best headphones that I’ve ever used.
I currently own these headphones, because I saw that they’ve successfully been on the market for many years. People are obsessed with these headphones – for good reason too.
The HD 280 Pro’s are amazing for zoning out and listening to some music. But, these headphones are especially useful for people with ADHD, because they block out external noise, and make it easier to focus on whatever you’re doing.
In my case, I usually use these headphones to listen to binaural beats while I work on ADHD Boss. But, the headphones also work great for listening to all other genres of music.
6. Protein-based Snacks
Buffalo Bills Beef Jerky (Amazon) is soft, delicious, and comes in a neat gift cooler.
I ultimately recommend this excellent beef jerky because people with ADHD frequently forget to eat.
This usually happens because stimulant ADHD medication can make it really easy to skip meals. Plus, people with ADHD tend to be forgetful anyway. So, this often leads to skipping breakfast or lunch!
And, while it’s always important for people with ADHD to eat complete nutritious meals – it can definitely help to provide ADHD’ers with some high-quality snacks, for those moments when eating is a little inconvenient.
I understand that high-quality snacks might not sound like a good gift idea at first.
But, as someone with ADHD, I can promise you that protein-based snacks are some of my most important assets for making it through the work week.
7. OfficePro Magnetic Dry Erase Board with Pen and Tray
The OfficePro Magnetic Dry Erase Board (Amazon) is a super convenient gift for people with ADHD, because it’s helpful in so many ways.
First of all, this dry erase board is easy to mount. So, you can easily hang this up on a bedroom or office wall. But, this particular dry erase board is also magnetic. It comes with a magnetic eraser, dry erase marker pen, pen holder tray, three magnets, installation materials, and the board itself.
This is a great gift for someone with ADHD, because people with ADHD are notoriously forgetful. Having a high-quality dry erase board makes it easy to jot down daily notes, ideas, reminders, or even daily affirmations.
I highly-recommend giving someone with ADHD this magnetic dry erase board, as it can improve their life drastically!
With these 7 gifts for people with ADHD, your friend or loved one will feel organized, focused, and ready to take on the day.
I use these items in my own life, so I know that they’ll work wonders as a gift.
However, if you have any other good gift ideas for people with ADHD – make sure to leave your suggestions in the comments section below. I’d love to hear from you.