Helping your child with ADHD doesn't have to be so complicated.
Esteem is a free tool that helps parents of children with ADHD between the ages of 5 and 13 maximize time, save money, and achieve the chronic care that helps kids reach their potential.
Do you feel like your child is missing out, struggling or falling behind because you're not sure how else to help with ADHD?
Not sure where to start to help your child?
Don’t know if the things you are doing are making a difference?
Not sure about ADHD medication or alternatives?
Don't know what you should expect from your pediatrician?
Can’t find ways to get them caught up in school.
Concerned your child is having issues making/keeping friends?
Does it feel like your child’s ADHD is your full-time job?
Not sure what you can ask for from teachers and the school?
You’re not alone.
And it's not your fault. Too many families are struggling because parents (and caregivers) are not being encouraged and equipped to play a more active role in managing their child's ADHD journey.
Get started in 4 easy steps.
Create your free account and follow your customized plan.
Connect your care providers.
Find things that work for your situation.
Track and monitor improvements over time.
Esteem helps you with each type of ADHD.
ADHD Inattentive Type
ADHD Hyperactive - Impulsive Type
ADHD Combined Type
ADHD with Anxiety/Depression
ADHD with High Functioning Autism (ASD)
ADHD with Dyslexia
Why is Esteem free?
We have been asked many times why are we giving the ability for parents to manage ADHD away for free. We believe healthy children are the future and there is way too much at stake to not help people achieve the behavioral health chronic care needed to stabilize and improve their children’s lives.
Unmanaged ADHD could result in:
Falling and remaining behind expected grade level competencies.
Displaying delayed social and emotional skills as compared to their peers.
Being 10 times more likely to have difficulties with friendships.
Being 32% more likely to drop out of high school.
Being 11 times more likely to not enroll in college.
Our pledge is to treat your data and information as private and confidential. We will not sell in whole or in part you or your family’s condition.
So how do we make money? We make a percentage of sales from the interventions that are optional choices our customers can choose within Esteem’s platform.
The key to improving treatment for children with ADHD, and to promoting their healthy development, is to equip parents with the tools and knowledge they need to advocate effectively for their child.
Dr. David Rabiner, PhD, outlines why he supports and is excited about Esteem:
As a clinical child psychologist and professor at Duke University, I have spent several decades working to provide research-based information to parents that can help them promote the healthy development of their child with ADHD.
Through this work, I have come to strongly believe that the key to improving treatment for children with ADHD, and to promoting their healthy development, is to equip parents with the tools and knowledge they need to advocate effectively for their child.
That is why I am so excited to be working as a consultant with Esteem Thrive. The Esteem Thrive platform makes it much easier for parents to get the information required to monitor how well their child’s symptoms are being managed as well as many other important aspects of their child’s development.
I encourage all parents to try Esteem Thrive and decide for themselves whether it can help them promote their child’s success.
David Rabiner, PhD
Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
Esteem Thrive is helping us better understand our child. I wish this was around when I was a kid.
- A California Mom
Esteem really celebrates his strengths and I feel like that is so important.
- A Florida Mom