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

3.7 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

twurj ,

Great concept!

Great idea to track all these different relevant things in one app! Like some other reviewers, I believe the app will be much better after some tweaks to the user interface, like improvement in the color scheme, and I’d love to see more customizablity.
For the food diary, I recommend the developers check out Bowelle’s options- you can input things you eat often, then it’s easy to check the box instead of having to type it in every time.
For mood tracking, developers, please look at the graphics and customization options of Period Tracker by GP Apps. I haven’t used the ones available in Storylines because they don’t match me well.
For symptom tracking, see also Period Tracker. Though I do love the feature in Storylines that asks how the symptom affects your day.

DbeDbeDbeDbe ,

This should be featured higher!

I searched ‘ADHD symptom tracker’ in the store and only got an app for parents to help their kids learn emotional control which, while great, doesn’t help my 28 year old, childless self! I’ve been dealing with PMDD and wanting to know how it relates to and effects my ADHD symptoms throughout my cycle and other things going on in my life and this was exactly what I needed! I was disappointed that a larger app like Clue wouldn’t have that option but I’m happy to have found such an all encompassing app to track my ADHD stuff instead. The only thing that I would suggest so far (having downloaded it about 10 minutes ago, mind you) is to correct the aspect ratio of the display so it doesn’t accidentally get resized and need to be reset to fully zoomed out every few minutes.

jclem611 ,

Not practical for someone with ADHD

I downloaded this thinking it would be a simple useful tool that I could use as a handicap for my deficits. The first thing I wanted to track was my medication.. hoping I could figure out a way to track how to figure out how much I needed at certain times in the day. I type in “Adderall” and an exhaustive list of every mg and manufacturer pops up. So I quickly got annoyed and scrolled back. Then I tried the “symptoms” and realized I had to type them in as well. And it was just a list. No fun buttons, no bells or whistles. Same when I clicked on the habit tracker section.

If you’re going to force someone with ADHD to type in all of these tiny details and then expect this person to keep up with it, with little reward, and track these tiny details over time, your app is going to fail. I need instant immediate feedback and reinforcement. I need bells and whistles and bright colors and shiny and pretty and sparkly so I don’t lost interest!!

I have ADHD afterall!!!

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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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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