The Video Game that Helps Kids with ADHD

Let's face the facts… Kids play video games for over 2 hours each day. But did you also know that kids with ADHD demonstrate increased focus and concentration when playing digital games?

 
 
 
 

It might feel like a constant struggle trying to get your child off his/her screen, so instead of going to battle with your child every day, why not take the opportunity to combine this time with effective learning exercises, uniquely designed for kids with ADHD?

That’s why we’re excited to introduce Plan-It Commander – an award-winning and scientifically-validated computer game that combines proven behavioral training techniques with play.

Watch your child play for a few minutes, and you’ll see that he/she plans, organizes, and problem-solves while engaged in the game — skills we would all like to help kids with ADHD develop and transfer those game-playing skills to everyday tasks.

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Designed and effective in enhancing time management, working memory, and social collaboration, this game teaches kids essential skills for thriving in everyday life. Born out of the need for more affordable, more accessible, more engaging and non-drug treatment options, Plan-It Commander is the collective result of the perseverance and enthusiasm of ADHD specialists, families with ADHD, digital gaming experts, and top psychological and mental health researchers.

After years in the making, we are beyond honored to share our game with you and your family. We believe that every child with ADHD is a superhero and that with enough love and opportunity to hone their skills, kids can take their superpowers all over the world.

We invite you to try the game 30 days, free of charge and obligation, to see if Plan-It Commander is a good fit for your child. We understand that every child is different and not every solution is perfect, so we’d love to hear what you think!

With love,

The Plan-It Commander Team

 

P.S If you want to know more about the game, then 👉 click here