Right to Choose

Your Right to Choose

With ADHD 360

18 weeks the NHS say is the appropriate ‘maximum’ that you should wait to be treated, 18 weeks.  We know that for adults with ADHD it’s normally over 18 months, and that isn’t good enough.

You may be aware that you have the ‘right to choose’ a service provider, especially if the service where you live isn’t meeting the standards expected, and over 18 weeks to get treatment is one of the common missed standards.

So what is the Right to Choose?

There is a lot of misunderstanding about Right to Choose, let’s clear some of that up… Commissioners of health services (CCGs) and GP services must be aware of the following:

What do you,
the patient,
have to know?

1

You need to meet the criteria for an assessment for ADHD, that’s fair, as
an assessment is expensive. We recommend you complete our screening questionnaire and submit the result with your application. You can find the screening tool on our iPhone app ADHD360 or we can send you a copy by email..

2

This should also be your first appointment for an assessment.

3

And finally, you can only ‘choose’ a service that is currently employed on NHS contracts, such as ADHD 360.

So here's a simple checklist:

ADHD 360

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into your ADHD 360 diagnosis and
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