Kids & pre-teens

Do you have trouble doing what you're supposed to do?

  • Your mom tells you to do your chores, but you never do them on time.
  • You always turn in your homework late.
  • You never practice piano between lessons.

Does that sound like you?

You always tell yourself you just need to try harder, but that never seems to work.

Avoiding doing something you’re supposed to do is called procrastination. This behavior comes from shame and fear of failure.

But what if you could stop feeling panicked or afraid—and just do what you’re supposed to do?

That’s what our coaches at Slothzero do. We work together with your parents or guardians, teachers, and therapist to support you and give you the tools you need to succeed.

How the coaching process works

Step 1: Get signed up

Your first step is to get in touch with us. Your therapist might call or email us, or you might reach out to us directly yourself.

Step 2: We set up your scope of work

Our intake team helps you define expectations for your work with us, identify your goals, and establish an ideal time frame.

Step 3: Contract-Centered Coaching (CCC)

One of the hardest parts of getting people with ADHD, ADD, or just problems with organization, planning, and forgetfulness, is knowing what to say to them and how to say it when they need an intervention.

Step 4: What happens in your weekly meetings?

Clients and coaches meet every week to make sure everyone’s on the same page. They follow the same agenda every time to keep their work front of mind in a timely manner—and so clients can see their progress.

Step 5: Regular reassessments and readjustments

Finally, our team makes regular reassessments to refine and optimize the client’s plan for the best results. These reassessments typically take place every 3-6 months.

Ready to talk to a real person?

Click the button below to schedule a free, no-pressure consultation with Lacey, our friendly intake specialist.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s the dream of Slothzero to train people with new executive skills so that over time, they can function on their own. But the truth is that ADHD is a chronic lifelong condition.

Slothzero may become a permanent part of your life—and there’s no shame in that. We don’t overpromise or underdeliver.

For Peter, our founder, accountability coaching is a permanent part of his life. And that’s okay! ADHD is more like diabetes than pneumonia; it’s a chronic condition.

In medicine, there’s a famous saying: emergency problems require emergency solutions, while chronic problems require chronic solutions.

Accountability coaching also isn’t for everyone. Around 80% of clients stay with us for 16 weeks, but we know that for some people, this isnt’ the right help at the right time. If that’s you, you can cancel at any time without penalty.

For the most part, our coaches are there to be a supportive presence. We provide guardrails and structure to help clients feel empowered to be productive.

Our coaches and clients agree on an accountability system that works best for the client—anywhere from sending a reminder text message, to sitting on a video call while the client completes a task.

But some of our clients struggle with activities of daily living (ADL) and need support just getting off the ground. We can help bridge the gap.

If there are tasks that a client can’t complete on their own, we offer a personal assistance service. With this service, our assistants can help clients complete basic tasks like:

  • Reviewing homework assignments
  • Booking plane tickets
  • Paying a bill
  • Signing up for a new internet provider
  • Booking a rental car

If a client needs our help doing tasks that can be done online or over the phone, we can take care of it for them for an additional hourly rate.

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