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ADHD remains a widely undiagnosed condition, affecting countless adults and children globally. When left unassessed and unidentified, ADHD often leads to a lifetime of missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential.
ADHD 360 is one of the UK’s largest single specialist ADHD clinics, changing people’s lives one patient at a time.
Here is what you can discover from this page:
The importance of having
an ADHD assessment
For someone with ADHD, the outcome of an ADHD assessment is an ADHD Diagnosis.
The importance of an ADHD diagnosis for someone with ADHD can’t be overstated. It is a key that unlocks a myriad of opportunities for better understanding yourself and improving your life, or the life of a child.
A formal diagnosis isn’t to serve as a label. It offers a roadmap for targeted treatments, specialised support, and, perhaps most importantly, self-awareness.
Recognising ADHD as a part of your or your child’s identity can help in isolating the specific challenges and strengths that come with it. This, in turn, can be invaluable in school, work, and social situations, where tailored strategies can replace one-size-fits-all expectations.
In essence, an ADHD diagnosis is not an endpoint but a starting point—a first step toward a more focused, organised, and fulfilling life. By understanding the full scope of your or your child’s mental landscape, you’re laying the groundwork for a future that is not defined by limitations, but by potential.
Many adults go through life feeling "off" but unable to pinpoint why.
They struggle with organisation, focus, and impulsivity but write it off as personal shortcomings rather than signs of ADHD. As a result, they miss out on opportunities for meaningful work, satisfying relationships, and a sense of peace within themselves.
That's why an ADHD assessment is particularly important for adults: It offers an avenue for understanding and treating these long-standing struggles.
At ADHD 360, our assessment process for adults is tailored to diagnose not just ADHD but also support in identifying co-existing conditions that frequently accompany it.
The goal is to provide a comprehensive understanding of your mental health landscape, so we can set you on a path toward a more fulfilling future.
Children with ADHD often face an uphill battle in environments designed for neurotypical kids, affecting not just their academic performance but also their social skills and self-esteem.
An early diagnosis can arm them with the strategies and support they need to navigate these challenges successfully. Furthermore, understanding that the difficulties they face are due to a diagnosable condition can relieve a lot of internal tension and confusion for the child.
At ADHD 360, our specialist child ADHD assessments are designed with the young mind in view. Our multi-disciplinary team of experts employs child-friendly diagnostic tools and an empathetic approach to make the experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible for both the child and their caregivers.
We focus on more than just your diagnosis.
Our ADHD assessment process stands out for its holistic, thorough, and technology-driven approach.
Leveraging the power of technology and expertise, we have created an efficient, user-friendly ADHD assessment experience for our patients.
We deeply analyse the impact of ADHD symptoms on your daily life, ensuring that we have all of the facts about you, making our assessments considerably more tailored and person-centred.
We're also proud to offer virtual assessments and clinician follow ups. Coupled with the convenience of our digital tools such as online scheduling and virtual consultations, we ensure accessibility and efficiency.
We're not merely diagnosing, we're helping you understand, manage, and transform ADHD into an opportunity for growth.
to understand ADHD symptoms
Our ADHD assessment process starts with a comprehensive ADHD screening test. This screening test doesn’t cost anything to use and forms the foundation of our personalised, technology-driven evaluation.
The ADHD screening test, at its core, is designed around the recognised criteria encapsulated in the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS) and The Swanson, Nolan, and Pelham-IV Questionnaire (SNAP-IV).
The ASRS is a comprehensive 18-item scale reflecting the diagnostic indicators of ADHD. It measures symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity on a 5-point Likert scale.
In comparison, the SNAP-IV is a 26-item questionnaire specifically developed to evaluate ADHD symptoms and oppositional defiant disorder behaviours in children and adolescents. It gauges the frequency of symptom occurrence on a 4-point scale and is commonly filled out by parents or teachers to provide an all-encompassing view of the child's behaviour across various settings.
Together, these two internationally recognised tools enable ADHD 360 to compile uniform data on your symptoms and behaviours, thereby paving the pathway to a personalised, in-depth ADHD assessment, diagnosis and treatment plan.
Starting your ADHD screening test is the first step towards your ADHD assessment. It is simple, straightforward and free to use. You need to sign up on our online portal, fill out your personal details, and you can begin the screening test straight away.
It won’t take you long to complete, but it’s best practise to put the time aside to complete it without distraction. We also recommend asking someone who knows you well, be it a family member or friend, to provide their opinions on your own answers to the questions. Sometimes, others recognise symptoms and behaviours in you that you don’t recognise in yourself.
It’s also very important that you are very honest during the questions. Don’t feel like you need to rush it, and if you need to step away to think about the answers, it’s very easy to login and pick up where you left off.
This initial step is the start of your journey with ADHD 360, leading towards understanding, managing, and transforming ADHD into an opportunity for personal growth.
and pay your assessment fee
At ADHD 360, we provide a variety of treatment packages designed to meet the different needs of our patients with ADHD. Each package is crafted with an understanding of the varied aspects of ADHD, aiming to offer care that aligns with your individual requirements.
Choosing the Right Treatment Package
Making Payment for Your Chosen Package
so we have the full picture
Before your ADHD clinician can assess you, it's important they they understand you and your situation in advance and in depth. In order for this to happen, we ask you to complete a 'To-Do' list.
This list is not a mundane chore, but a crucial part of the diagnostic process. In addition to the information we gather from your ADHD screening, its purpose is to collect comprehensive information about your symptoms, behaviours, and medical history.
This information is key to providing a thorough diagnosis and ensuring we have all the facts at our disposal.
The 'To-Do' list is instrumental in painting a holistic picture of your condition, allowing us to understand how ADHD may be affecting your life. It ensures we don't miss any subtle indications or overlook any aspects of your history that could be valuable in diagnosis and treatment.
Collecting all this information is important because ADHD doesn't exist in isolation. It is often accompanied by other conditions and can be influenced by various factors from your history. Therefore, having all the facts at hand ensures we can provide an accurate diagnosis and develop a treatment plan that is truly tailored to your needs and circumstances. This attention to detail is what sets ADHD 360 apart and enables us to deliver personalised, effective care for every patient.
by booking your Assessment
Securing your appointment for an ADHD assessment is a straightforward step in your journey. Here's how you can ensure your assessment is scheduled promptly and efficiently:
with our specialist clinician
Your official ADHD assessment is the final step in discovering if you have an ADHD Diagnosis. It’s also a crucial part of the process towards understanding and managing your symptoms.
It is a virtual assessment, ensuring your comfort and convenience regardless of where you are located. This means you can partake in a familiar and comfortable environment, which can give a more accurate representation of your day-to-day behaviours.
The assessment will be conducted by one of our very own specialist ADHD clinicians, with extensive experience in diagnosing and treating ADHD.
At this point, we have gathered a range of information regarding your symptoms, struggles and history, all of which your clinician will be prepared with in advance. However, your assessment will dive further into all of that information, allowing your clinician to finalise unanswered questions, ensuring the process is thorough and individualised. Your clinician will focus on gaining a conclusive, comprehensive understanding of your symptoms, behaviours, and personal history.
This allows us to accurately pinpoint ADHD, and possibly any related conditions you may have.
Throughout your assessment, you'll have the opportunity to talk about your experiences, challenges, and goals in depth.
It’s important to know that your ADHD assessment is a conversation, not a test, and all information shared will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.
Remember, this assessment isn't about labelling, it's about understanding. It's a step towards unlocking your full potential and finding strategies to manage your symptoms effectively. Our dedicated team of professionals are here to support you throughout this journey.
if you are diagnosed with ADHD
Towards the end of your ADHD assessment, your clinician will inform you as whether or not you have an ADHD diagnosis.
Following the assessment, you will receive an official diagnosis letter for your records. However, the journey does not stop there. Before concluding your assessment, your clinician will discuss your next steps. For most individuals, this comes in the form of medicated ADHD treatment.
At ADHD 360, our experience has shown that medicated treatment is often the most effective course of action for treating and managing ADHD symptoms.
It's important to note that this is not a one-size-fits-all solution, and what works best can vary from person to person.
If medicated treatment isn't suitable, rest assured that your clinician will propose an alternative, non-medicated treatment plan.
Ultimately, our goal is to find the treatment plan that best suits your individual needs, fostering symptom management and overall wellbeing.
In addition to medication, your clinician might recommend additional supportive treatments to help you live a more fulfilled life. These could include ADHD coaching and ADHD counselling, which can be incredibly beneficial in managing ADHD symptoms and improving your overall wellbeing.
These strategies are part of our comprehensive approach to ADHD treatment and aftercare, ensuring that you receive the support and guidance you need on this journey.
Don’t let ADHD steer your life or the life of your child.
Regain control and lead life that’s more fulfilling and focused.
With ADHD 360, you’re not alone in dealing with ADHD.
Our treatments and protocols are rooted in the latest research, ensuring you receive the most effective care possible.
Treatment plans that are tailored to suit
Our bespoke treatment plans are tailored to your unique needs, medicated or non-medicated.
Start by registering to our patient portal today
Registering and follow the steps to your ADHD assessment.