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    ADHD Assesment

    Have you ever wondered if you might have ADHD, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder?

    If you’ve wondered this, you’re not alone.

    More and more people are seeking out a late diagnosis,

    never realizing that they were neurodivergent until they were adults.

    If you’re bright, curious, and able to focus your attention or rein in your impulsivity when you really need to, then it’s not surprising that no one would have ever suspected that you had ADHD.

    No one ever suspected.

    Have you always felt more distractible than everyone else?

    Did you struggle to pay attention in class?

    Has it always been hard for you to stay on track?

    Do you find sitting still for prolonged periods to be almost intolerable?

    Or perhaps you’re someone who can sit still for a long time,

    completely enchanted by your own rich inner world of imagination,

    so that you don’t notice what’s going on around you?

    You may have ADHD without being diagnosed as a child.

    Do you worry that now that you’re an adult, it’s too late?

    It is not too late.

    It’s never too late for an ADHD assessment.

    No matter how old you are, you’re not too old.

    If you have been wondering and searching,

    then this is the right time for you to be assessed for ADHD.

    Why would you get an ADHD assessment?

    Perhaps you really need accommodations in school or at work.

    Your doctor may be suggesting ADHD medications to help with your symptoms, but may not be trained to provide an adult ADHD diagnosis.

    If you don’t need anything like this, you might not need a diagnosis.

    Some people simply self-diagnose.

    I mean, really, no one knows you better than you do.

    On the other hand, if you want your self-diagnosis confirmed and formalized, or if you need the paperwork for school, work or for yout doctor, ADHD assessment may be exactly what you need.

    We can help.

    We work with all kinds of adults, men, women, nonbinary, trans folk,

    and anyone who has gotten by so far, but now needs more.

    We’ll assign an assessor to work with you on your ADHD assessment.

    They can analyze your history of behaviors through conversation, tests and questionnaires.

    Your assessment partner will diagnose or rule out ADHD according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition, Text Revision (DSM-5-TR).

    If you have wondered if perhaps you have ADHD, and you want answers, look no further.

    We’re here for you.

    Just email our Practice Manager, the marvelous Meagan, at [email protected].

    She will schedule a free consultation for you with an ADHD assessor.

    You’ll be able to see what a telehealth assessment would look like,

    your assessor will let you know what to expect in an ADHD assessment,

    and you can ask questions and get answers.

    It doesn’t matter where you are on your personal journey,

    you will find someone who will understand and really listen to you.

    Adult Autism Assessment and Services is a neurodiversity-affirming practice, so we know

    there’s nothing wrong with having ADHD.

    We honor and celebrate your uniqueness.

    We won’t shut down your concerns or what you’ve been through so far.

    We will believe you and value your lived experience.

    Take that step.

    Simply fill out the contact form below, and leave the rest to us.

    We’ll email you back to schedule your free consultation.

    You deserve answers, and we’re here for you.