Keep a routine and go with a similar schedule every day, from morning till lights out. Include time for homework, activities, etc. And write down any changes to the schedule in advance.
Have a place for everything.
And keep everything in its place: clothing, books, etc.
Create an organizational system.
Come up with a system for writing down homework assignments and tests and for planning out projects.
Post a chart of household chores.
Check off items as they’re completed.
Be clear and consistent with your child.
Children with or without ADHD need rules they can follow.
Praise good behavior.
Children with ADHD often expect criticism. Reward them when they follow the rules.
Respond when rules are broken.
Children want to be independent and try new things. If they break the rules, maintain calm and be matter-of-fact in your response. Sometimes it helps to have a short time-out to calm down.
Try a tutor or coach.
Consider using a tutor to help your child work on learning and studying strategies.