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ADHD in adults
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ADHD in children
During childhood, ADHD symptoms are often overlooked and misdiagnosed.
Your right to choose
You have the legal right to choose where you have your NHS treatment.
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Home - Right To Choose
If you're facing extended waiting times for ADHD assessments and treatments through the NHS, it's important to know that you have alternatives. In some areas, the wait can be excessively long, prompting the need to explore different options.
One viable option is exercising your Right To Choose (RTC).
Our services are available for Adults, as well as for Children aged 14 and 15, under the RTC framework.
Our current RTC waiting time for new referrals is 8-12 weeks
If you're an Adult aged 16+ who would like to start their RTC journey with ADHD 360 you can download the documents you need below:
If you would like to start your RTC journey with ADHD 360 for a child who is aged 14-15 you can download the documents you need below:
There is a lot of misunderstanding about Right to Choose, let’s clear some of that up.
The legal rights to choice of mental health provider and team apply when:
The patient has an elective referral for a first outpatient appointment.
The patient is referred by
The referral is clinically
The service and team are led by a consultant or a mental healthcare professional.
The provider has an NHS Standard Contract with any CCG or NHS England for the required service.
As in physical health, patients’ legal rights to choice apply following a referral by a GP to any provider that has an NHS Standard Contract with any CCG or NHS England for the required service.
NHS guidance states “Having chosen a provider, the patient must be treated by that provider for the entire episode of care for which the patient was referred (unless the provider does not provide the clinically appropriate service that the patient needs or, in the provider’s reasonable professional opinion, a patient is unsuitable to receive the relevant service, for as long as they remain unsuitable)”
Acting upon advice from NHS England we have interpreted this statement to mean that your assessment and treatment to a point where you are stable and optimised on your medication will be covered by your elected Right To Choose.
Please note the following: No prior commissioner approval is required for consultant-led elective care or in the case of mental health, services led by a healthcare professional, where the patient has exercised choice of provider under the legal rights set out in the NHS Constitution. (NHS Document Right to Choose in Mental health v5 available here.
For a comprehensive understanding of your Right To Choose, you can access the official NHS guidelines here.
A letter to your GP, this includes the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS-v1.1) questionnaire, please fill this in as meaningfully as possible and give this to your GP. You can download a template here
Referral form, give this to your GP they will fill this in and send it over to us. You can download the template here
You can also download the NHS choice in mental health care document here