This exploratory case study investigated how ICT can support children with ADHD and/or autism and their families in their daily activities. We focus in particular on the suitability of mainstream technology for such support. Two cases are presented, and implications for practice are discussed. The findings indicate that mainstream ICT can be of assistance, but that its implementation can be challenging in particular in regards to elaborate technological setup routines, vulnerability to malfunction, and time needed for assessment, training and follow-up. The work continues in the ongoing R&D-project Is it possible?