Most children need help staying organized, keeping belongings neat and being on time. This is because the areas of the brain that help us with these skills are still developing (and may not be finished until we are in our thirties!). Kids with ADHD and/or impaired executive functioning often need even more help, even with seemingly simple tasks like handing in completed homework. Parents often tell me that they are tired of nagging and fighting, but if they don’t, they are afraid their child won’t succeed. If you feel like a broken record, or if you just want some tips for your organization toolbox, these strategies might help.