The to-do app for kids with ADHD

Use a kid-friendly game (for ages 8-12) to help motivate your child to focus and stay on top of their daily tasks & habits.

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Joon helps ADHD kids focus and learn using a video game

Chore list and age-appropriate chores

Easy to manage and add to your existing routine

Quickly assign tasks, keep track of completed tasks, and monitor progress on a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule.

best chore app with reminding and no more nagging

We'll do the reminding. No more nagging.

To help your child stick to their daily routine, Joon will send relevant and timely reminders to keep them on track.

motivate kids to do chores

Improve your child's focus & task completion

Your children will stay focused to do the activities assigned to them. In fact, 90% of kids on Joon complete all tasks assigned.

raise children who will be successful

Give your child the tools to be successful

Choose from a large list of research-backed activities to help your child build important life skills that teach independence.

How it works

Assign tasks as Quests, the game does the rest

Motivating children with ADHD through a language they understand very well: digital games

Age-appropriate life skills for kids
List of life skills for kids

Start with age-appropriate tasks to focus on

Choose a couple focus areas, and we'll provide you with a small list of recommended tasks (known as Quests) or create your own tasks to get your child started!

Raise children by teaching them character building traits

Use gamification to keep your child on track

Your child chooses a virtual pet (called a Doter) to feed, wash, and grow. They stay motivated and focused on completing the tasks you assigned them, so they can take care of their pet and level it up!

Motivating kids to do chores using a fun game
Motivating kids to do chores using a fun game
Motivating kids to do chores using a fun game
Motivating kids to do chores using a fun game
Life skills for kids to help raise kids that will be successful
Parenting advice to help you raise children

Your child stays focused and even develops life skills!

As they progress in the game, your child will naturally start building their tasks as habits into their daily routine and even pick up on learning important life skills. All because they want to keep playing a fun game!

The Science 🧪 Behind ADHD Video Games

Supported by randomized & controlled clinical studies

Numerous clinical trials have been conducted with children with ADHD to prove out if video games can be used to help children with ADHD focus and stay motivated. These are just a summary of examples from randomized patient studies illustrating how using digital means (primarily via video games) improved objective attention in children with ADHD between the ages of 8 and 12.

In June 2020, the FDA authorized the use of the first video game-based digital therapeutic to improve attention function in children diagnosed with ADHD.
Read about it here

Learn more about the science

Discover why parents love Joon.

We're only 16 weeks old and families already have tons of positive things to say

And Joon has the attention of press & parenting experts

common sense media reviewfamily focus blog reviewBay Area Parent reviewVenture mirror reviewForward thinking founders reviewDr. Kristyn Sommer review
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Frequently Asked Questions

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