Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects thousands of students, adults, and seniors each day. It results in an inability to attend on command or to hold attention when necessary. Though medication and therapies may be appropriate, teachers, parents, and caretakers are often left to their own strategies when it comes to effectively dealing with ADHD. A good sensory diet can be of help with some individuals and even for those without ADHD. Feeding our sensory system not only provides it with much-needed input but can provide it with the right form of sensory input to maximize functional outcomes and overall well-being. Let’s take a look at some key ways you can optimize the sensory diet for ADHD.