Our Story

Thank you for checking out our story!

My name is Leigh Boodoo. I am a mother of 2 children and have struggled with a lifetime of executive functioning difficulties due to a seizure disorder and undiagnosed ADHD. These experiences inspired me to come up with hacks to make my daily life a success and led me to create Wristflips!

When my children began showing signs of struggle with their own routines, I tried everything. I found that they would leave the routine unfinished, could not remember what was left to do, ignored routine charts and felt stressed and overwhelmed when required to return to unfinished steps. So, I came up with an idea to put the routines on their wrists!

Wristflips have been significantly helping my children succeed with their everyday routines and tasks.

These bracelets have fostered independence and self-confidence as well as helped them hold the routines in their minds. I soon realized that I needed to share Wristflips with others!

In addition to being a mom, I am a graduate from Adelphi University and hold my Master’s degree from New York University. Before my children, I held a career in customer relationship management and marketing. I am actively involved in supporting the special needs community and spreading the word to help others understand executive functioning difficulties in children and adults.

Wristflips are for any one from 3 to 103! I look forward to hearing how they work for you and your family.
Please post your pictures on Facebook and Instagram @wristflips or just shoot us a line with your feedback.

Thanks again for reading our story!

Leigh Boodoo