ADHD – Help Your Child Focus On Homework When Online


ScreenRetriever can help keep your child with ADHD focused.

Is Your Child easily distracted when they’re doing homework online?
ScreenRetriever can help!

Does your child have trouble focusing when they’re doing homework online?

The Internet poses a unique set of challenges for children with ADD, ADHD and other learning disabilities.


All kids need the Internet to do their homework, but for children with Attention Deficit Disorder, it’s also a constant source of distraction.


Help ADD, ADHD children remain on-task when they’re on the computer with ScreenRetriever!


ScreenRetriever lets you supervise all of your children’s computer activity to ensure academic success
  • Monitor your children’s computer activity via Live View from any computer in your house, wherever your children’s computer is located in the home
  •  Set strategies with them to get started, stay focused and finish their homework, a necessity for children with ADD or ADHD
  • Help children with ADD or ADHD avoid getting distracted with games, Facebook or inappropriate sites and develop their Executive Function (EF) skills
  • Reduce arguments about what your children are  doing on the computer, whether online of offline
ScreenRetriever Replay lets you review your children’s computer activity even if you’re not around to check in live
  •  Quickly and easily scroll through hours of recordings in minutes to see if your children are following your homework rules
  •  Use ScreenRetriever Replay to review your children’s work with them to develop strategies to keep them on task

You are teaching a lifelong skill:

  • Help your children develop a sense of independence and success because they’ve learned how to study and focus and then have time for other computer and online activities
  • Help them get better grades because they are getting their homework done
  • Assist them in developing a critical life skill that will benefit them throughout their academic lives and their careers.


Children with ADHD are also impulsive and may not make the best decisions when it comes to computer activity. 
  • Sexting, posting inappropriate comments, providing identifying information that puts children at risk from online predators and identity theft, as well as talking with strangers in chatrooms are all risks when children go online.
  • Parents can check to make sure their kids are behaving according to their family values and behaving appropriately online and intervene as necessary to keep their children out of harms way.
  •  Parents can check to make sure their kids are learning safe and responsible computer behavior so their actions on the computer won’t impact their futures.


Cyberbullying can also be a problem for kids with ADHD.  See if your child is being cyberbullied or is a cyberbully.  If your child is a victim of cyberbullying, you can save a recorded video to show authorities.



Your Child’s Online Safety Begins With You!

Protect, Prevent, Parent Online!