If you are living with ADD/ADHD or simply struggling to focus in such a busy world, Actions Hero is an incredibly effective system that will keep you focused and on track, whenever and wherever you need it.
Utah (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
With as many as 10 percent of U.S. kids struggling with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and more adults who remain undiagnosed, millions of Americans live with ADD/ADHD and a short attention span. Saving the day for anyone living with ADD/ADHD, a new “Actions Hero” app focused on time management is being developed through an Indiegogo fundraising project.
A funding platform for creative projects, Indiegogo is accepting donations of any amount as well as sponsorships for the Actions Hero app for ADD/ADHD at Indiegogo.com. It also offers the unique option for the donation of an app to a Teen in need. The apps will be distributed through the Life Enhancement Center, a Utah-based center focusing on positive treatment approaches.
“If you are living with ADD/ADHD or simply struggling to focus in such a busy world, Actions Hero is an incredibly effective system that will keep you focused and on track, whenever and wherever you need it,” said Kimber Nelson, the developer of the app as well as a certified ADHD life coach. “Actions Hero will help teens and adults meet deadlines with ease, be more productive, reduce stress and build confidence.”
In particular, the Actions Hero app for anyone living with ADD/ADHD will help users:
- Manage time, scheduling and priorities
- Track progress visually and enjoy a daily review
- Receive motivation for meeting deadlines and goals
- Personalize and customize all of the aspects of time management
- Reduce stress, sleep better and connect with support
The funds raised for Actions Hero through Indiegogo will be used for development and launch of the new app.
About Actions Hero
Developed by Kimber Nelson, a certified life coach for people living with ADD/ADHD, Actions Hero is a time management app to help anyone with ADD/ADHD stay on track and on time. Kimber is also a contributing author in the June issue of CHADD’s Attention Magazine.