Elizabeth Stefani

I’ll be the first to say that trying to stay organized when you have ADHD can seem like an overwhelming mission. 

Perhaps you feel ashamed or frustrated that you cannot keep your space decluttered, or arrive on time to appointments.

Or perhaps you feel stuck, and are accepting that your living area is messy and things will be missed.

Maybe your disorganization is creating static in your family, or with your friends or colleagues.

I get it.  And I’m here to help.

I thought for most of my life that I was a very disorganized person. No matter how much I tried, I just couldn’t seem to organize myself the way others could. It was only after a friend told me how much my disorganization let her down, that I decided to really put the effort into getting organized.  But it was such a struggle! 

I slowly changed my expectations and started creating systems that worked for me and the family. But it was not until I was diagnosed with ADHD in my 30’s, that I was able to implement systems that made a marked difference in my organizational skills.

By learning how my brain worked, and what deficits I was fighting against, I was able to develop systems that worked for me and my family.

With this knowledge I became committed to engaging, inspiring and empowering others with ADHD to become more organized and less stressed!

As a Trained Professional Organizer, and with my training as an ADHD Organizing Specialist, I am able to help adults, and families who struggle with deficits in executive functioning, and the issues it brings in the areas of organizing, prioritizing, focusing, maintaining attention, impulsivity, memory and self-regulation.

My clients gratification comes from their ability to go from overwhelmed and frustrated, to organized and satisfied! 

Let me help you gain the skills and tools to make organizing for your unique ADHD brain easier and more fun.

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Confidentiality is an important value to me as an organizer. I strive to be open, honest, ethical and genuine in all aspects of life. As a member of Professional Organizers in Canada, I adhere to their strict code of ethics within my business.