Paper = Hit and Miss
While I'm fortunate to have not dealt personally with this, several friends' children were diagnosed with various levels of ADHD and corresponding treatments, usually a mix of medication and athletics to burn up energy. In discussing this story with them, none had used any kind of software or portal to provide feedback to their doctors. Usually feedback was more informal during office visits, a kind of haphazard approach that my friends admitted could easily lead to forgotten incidents or questions. Usually, friends jotted down notes on paper or cell phones; these were then entered into the child's record -- hopefully correctly.
Whether it's this software or another similar offering, it does seem ADHD patients deserve a more organized approach to care in this age of EHRs and analytics.