Late onset might also be possible among adults. Meaning, one might not recall experiencing ADHD symptoms as a child but meets the criteria for diagnosis as an adult. ADHD symptoms appear differently from one person to another so there is no unique treatment for all ADHD cases.
ADHD in adults can be treated through one or a combination of the following:
These evidence-based treatments are properly laid out and are specially tailored for each patient’s needs. ADHD symptoms does not necessarily go away but one can develop skills and have medications to be able to control these and prevent from intervening in an individual’s daily life.
The ADHD Centre is dedicated to helping people, both adults and children, through proper diagnosis and evidence-based treatments planned out and tailored for each client’s specific need and individual assessment.
It is never too late to get help for ADHD. We have been helping people with ADHD since 2009 and we can help definitely help you, too.
During this period of the government restrictions on social distancing for coronavirus we are offering a discounted online assessments for both adults(£445) and children (£795).