Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a complex disorder involving psychological,
behavioral, educational, and medical manifestations. Proper diagnosis involves
identifying the symptoms, showing the effects of the symptoms on the normal functioning
of the individual, and ruling out those problems that may look like ADHD but are not.
The diagnostic process requires examining the child, adolescent, or adult in those
areas of life that are most likely to be impacted by the symptoms of the disorder,
primarily at home, school, or work.
To assess for ADHD Responsive Centers begins with a screening procedure that includes:
If the results of the screening are inconclusive or do not completely answer the referral
concerns, we will then recommend a full psychoeducational evaluation including:
- Developmental History
- Educational History
- Family History
- Continuous Performance Test
- Inventories and Questionnaires
For more information about ADHD screenings or evaluations contact one of our psychologists.
- Intelligence Testing
- Achievement Testing
- Personality Testing
- Classroom Observation
- Medication Evaluation