Complete collateral information and registration forms
The full ADHD Assessment takes around 60-90 minutes for adult and around 90-120 minutes for children
Get a walk-through of a structured clinical assessment for ADHD with one of our Consultant Psychiatrists
Receive a detailed letter outlining your diagnosis and treatment plan details
How ADHD Centre UK Can Help You
We have a team of dedicated ADHD expert doctors, psychologists, and coaches.
We offer the latest evidence-based treatments for the successful management of ADHD.
Each treatment package is individually tailored to suit your specific needs.
The ADHD Centre has been working since 2009 to offer the highest quality of ADHD assessments and treatments.
We have already helped thousands of people with ADHD take control of their lives again and reach their full potential.
Prior to the appointment, patients will be asked to complete a simple symptom checklist and registration forms for themselves, along with 2 collateral information forms. All this will help the doctor to get a better objective understanding of how their ADHD symptoms may have affected them throughout their life, school, or work.
It is important that the patients are honest and transparent about what they have been and still going through in order to help our clinical specialists devise an effective plan for their treatment. Successful treatment can bring profound positive changes in their life.
The ADHD Assessment will be conducted by one of our specialist GMC Registered Consultant Psychiatrists and devoted Specialist Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists. The full ADHD assessment for adults will usually take 60 – 90 minutes to complete. On the other hand, the assessment for children and students takes 90 – 120 minutes.
Adults and students will be walked through a structured clinical assessment for ADHD, which is based on the latest DSM-V criteria for Adult ADHD. The procedure is known as the gold standard of assessment criteria for diagnosing the different subtypes of ADHD.
We also use a specific diagnostic assessment tool called the “Conners 3”. It is already recognised a gold standard assessment tool for determining ADHD in young adoscents and children.
Once done, patients will receive a detailed report from the consultant outlining all the diagnoses and the required treatment plans.