Samsung Canada partners with the Possibilities Clinic to showcase how SmartThings can provide support for Canadians with ADHD
In recognition of ADHD Awareness Month, Samsung’s new hub helps users understand easy ways SmartThings technology can enhance their daily lives
In recognition of ADHD Awareness Month this October, Samsung Canada is proud to collaborate with ADHD experts from the Possibilities Clinic to develop a resource hub highlighting ways in which SmartThings and connected technology can support Canadians with ADHD.
Now live, the resource hub outlines key moments throughout the day where SmartThings, Samsung apps, and other connected technology can play a supportive role for Canadians with ADHD, helping to improve routines, reduce distractions, enhance creativity and more – from creating an automated routine in the SmartThings app, to activating Focus Mode to limit distractions, to setting up a sleep routine for optimal sleep, to setting reminders for keeping track of important items. The hub has a wealth of resources, making it easy to implement routines in users’ day-to-day habits. The hub’s design includes both a “Text Mode” and a “Visual Mode,” where users can toggle between bulleted text and icons at their choosing.
“At Samsung, supporting mental health is a key area of focus,” said Jihoon Lee, President and CEO, Samsung Canada. “We are incredibly proud to partner with the Possibilities Clinic for ADHD Awareness Month and help bring to life even more ways that SmartThings and connected technology can help Canadians with ADHD enhance their well-being.”
“Possibilities Clinic is pleased to have aligned with Samsung’s SmartThings platform for ADHD Awareness Month in October to help highlight how integrated technology can assist and inspire individuals with ADHD, from completing daily tasks to capturing creative ideas and increasing quality time with family,” said Dr. Doron Almagor, Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist and the Director of Possibilities Clinic.
At the Possibilities Clinic, expert members from multiple disciplines, including medicine, psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, social work, occupational therapy, education and business leadership, work together with clients to build exciting possibilities. To learn more about their ADHD assessments and treatment services for children, teens and adults, please visit their website.
To learn more about SmartThings, please click here.
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