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"More than your diagnosis"

Our approach

To get to here you’ll have read or heard a lot about ADHD. And some of the things you know may confuse you. Let our leading experts help you to unravel all of that.

Many people ask us ‘What is your way of working?' and 'What happens in an assessment?'  

These are valid questions.

We spend considerable time before your appointment with the information that we ask you to send to us, it’s specific data that helps us to start the assessment process. Prior to seeing any patients in clinic we will have invested time and expertise in ‘getting to know you’. 

We will probably by now have confirmed that there is a likelihood of ADHD being present and you’ll have been offered an assessment appointment. After your deposit is paid, that appointment is confirmed, and we will see you in clinic. All together this normally takes up to three weeks, we aim to see all referrals within four.

In clinic you’ll see one of our clinical experts and the assessment will be thorough, in accordance with international best practice and above all else friendly. We deliberately see our patients away from hospitals and formidable buildings, we pride ourselves in having a more relaxed approach to clinical venues.

Our clinicians have all trained other clinical experts on ADHD and ADHD medicines, including doctors, nurses, psychologists and teachers. They are experts in world of ADHD and highly regarded professionally. You can read a bit more about them here. 

If ADHD is present, we will inform you of that on the day, and discuss treatment options with you.

We do this in a relaxed, informal setting, guaranteeing that you are as much at ease as possible, helping us to do the very best possible for you and your family.

We have clinics in many parts of the country - please see our main venues listed here but we do hold clinics elsewhere if the need arises.

Working alongside you?

We don’t make the claim that treating ADHD is “more than your diagnosis” lightly, we believe it.

If you are diagnosed with ADHD you need to be treated as well as is possible. That may mean medication, and if it does, making sure you get the best medication for you.

It may also mean that we can help you with family support, and advice, help working with school or an employer. We have an unparalleled team at ADHD360, and we work with you, your family and your friends to make sure your lifestyle starts to get better and better after your diagnosis. And we will stay in touch with you along the way. 

We are pleased to inform you that ADHD 360 is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Click the logo to learn more about what the Commission do to enhance health and social care in England.

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