Adult ADHD assessment
Assessment usually takes between two to three hours and involves interviewing the client and if possible family members or others who are able to provide information about childhood development as well as present abilities and difficulties functioning in daily life.
The assessment will generate a comprehensive report including recommendations of the support that should be provided and guidance on strategies for managing the condition.
Sushie is trained in DIVA 2.
Please note, that Benefits Agencies or Local Authorities may not recognise a private diagnosis of ADHD. Please check beforehand if a private assessment is acceptable for the purposes required.
Signs of possible ADHD in adults
difficulties concentrating on all but the most interesting or motivating things
constantly losing or forgetting things
inability to maintain employment or relationships
difficulty organizing self without support
problems following instructions and listening