Developed in partnership with the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), this app makes it easy to record your symptoms, routines, moods, medication, and more for adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Choose what you want to track to build your own health story. This helps you learn more about your health, and share more with your care team, so you both see the full story.

More than just a “productivity app”, ADDA Health Storylines provides tools for managing your life with ADHD in the following ways:

Track your symptoms, moods and thoughts using built-in tools to quickly and conveniently capture events and their effects as they happen. You can also import data from other health and fitness apps that you use.

Plan and create a routine and medication schedule, all with auditory and visual alerts. Never miss a dose again.

Record completing everyday chores, share insights and capture achievements in the success journal.

Build personalized routines and track your weekly progress towards creating successful habits.

Every captured event is summarized in a simple view called “My Storylines.” Choose what you want to track, and choose what you want to share with your care team or your loved ones.

By using ADDA Health Storylines, you have the opportunity to anonymously contribute learning from your story to a vital data resource that the healthcare industry can use to improve care in the future, for people like you.

User testimonial

“I like the way I can put in a routine that I want to create, it reminds me and I can keep track of how well I am doing keeping up with my routine through the history graphic. ‘My Storylines’ which summarizes all of my inputs would be valuable to take to my doctor as it is concise enough to make sense of things."

ADDA Health Storylines is developed in partnership with the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) for adults with ADHD, and is powered by the Health Storylines™ platform from Self Care Catalysts Inc.

What’s New

Version 7.16

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

333_pineapple ,


I have ADHD and this really helped me with realizing that I am not the only one with these crazy thoughts and it also helped me remember to do things a little more then I usually do and there was a feature where it asked you what your mood was today and why and it helped a lot with everything, truly worth it I totally suggest it!!!!!

Spock1m ,

Looks helpful but can’t scroll

I do like this app but I can’t scroll to the bottom of the pages in the app. I can’t access what is at the bottom.

For example, I assume there is a submit button at the bottom of the mood page but I can’t scroll far enough to tap it. Same issue on all pages of the app.

If this isn’t remedied soon I will have to discontinue using the app which would be a shame because it looks really good!

Savannah_J ,

Great idea, terrible execution

This app has so much potential, and I really want to use it, but it's way too difficult to do even the simplest thing. The user interface is unintuitive, cluttered, and poorly designed. Streamline the app, improve the UI, and it could be something great.

App Privacy

The developer, Self Care Catalysts Inc, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

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