Work from Home

There has been a recent trend in the workplace to allow employees to work from home. For some employees with ADHD, this could be an accommodation, especially if you struggle with the ever growing distraction of the cubicle farm. Also known as telework, working from home has many benefits, such as reduced stress from commuting and improved work-life balance. It has become possible because of advances in technology that allow employees to connect remotely to their employer’s servers, to attend team meetings through advanced teleconferencing services and to access high-speed Internet from home.

As an employee with ADHD working from home is also met with challenges, such as household distractions, loneliness and other challenges. In this section, we will offer resources for those of you who are either working from home or are considering it.

Articles

Succeeding With a Lack of Structure: Tips for Working On Your Own (Part 1) by Alan Brown
Succeeding With a Lack of Structure: Tips for Working On Your Own (Part 2)
Succeeding With a Lack of Structure: Tips for Working On Your Own (Part 3)
Succeeding With a Lack of Structure: Tips for Working On Your Own (Part 4)
A Clean Office in 120 Minutes (or Fewer!)
33 ADHD-Tested Ways to Get Organized – Want a clean home? An efficient office? Don’t let your ADHD get in the way
10 Keys to Conquering ADHD in the Office