Chronic Disorganization

What is Chronic Disorganization?

Chronic Disorganization is disorganization that

  1. has persisted over time
  2. has continued despite repeated self-help efforts
  3. is expected to continue in the future

What are some factors associated with Chronic Disorganization?

  • ADHD
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Chronic illness or pain
  • Learning disabilities and difficulties
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Situational factors
    • birth
    • death
    • divorce
    • illness
    • marriage
  • Traumatic brain injury

What resources are available to those living with Chronic Disorganization?

The Institute for Challenging Disorganization is a leader in the field of chronic disorganization. ¬†Founded by Judith Kolberg in 1993, ICD’s focus in on research, training, and resources.