ADHD Questionnaire

This questionnaire is based on an internationally respected screening tool for ADHD. It is not diagnostic but may give you some idea as to whether ADHD is a disorder that you should consider getting a full, professional assessment for.

Questionnaire - no right answers

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    To complete the questionnaire you will need to answer each of the following 6 questions.

    There are no right or wrong answers. At the end you will be given a result that will either suggest that ADHD is something that is worth being assessed for if your score is high enough OR, if your score is low, it is unlikely that you would fulfil the criteria for a diagnosis of ADHD.

    Please note, this questionnaire is not diagnostic or a replacement for a full assessment. It is for initial consideration.

How to book an assessment or appointment

If you find the information in our site useful and feel that you would benefit from a full ADHD assessment, we would be delighted to consider booking an appointment for you at one of our clinics. Please click here for more information.

An introduction to ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common disorder, occurring in around 5% of school-age children and 2.5% of adults, where people who are affected by ADHD typically show high levels of symptoms relating to poor concentration, disorganisation, impulsivity, hyperactivity and mood instability. Read more

Typical ADHD symptoms

ADHD presents in many different ways. It is characterized by three main groups of behavior traits and a range of typical additional behaviours within these. Not all of these need to be present in any one person. However, as ADHD affects people in a wide variety of ways and symptoms can be confused with other disorders, correct ADHD diagnosis is often missed. Read more

How to book an assessment

If you find the information in our site useful and feel that you would benefit from a full ADHD assessment, we would be delighted to consider booking an appointment for you at one of our clinics. Read more

Real stories - how ADHD affects real people

suzie adhd story attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Feeling rejected

Suzie told me that she was walking down the corridor at work and saw a colleague looking at some papers whilst he was walking...
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emma adhd story attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Struggling to be perfect

Emma had started struggling during her A levels. She had always been shy and a people pleaser, and had worked hard to do her revision...
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luis adhd story attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Testing times

Luis did well in his early years at school, however, he had always found it hard to listen for long in class, he struggled to take good notes...
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I remember the day of my first appointment. I was feeling very nervous. My main concern was that I would not be taken seriously- me, woman in late 30's, in medical profession, with a fantastic family, but still feeling as a complete failure, with a great sense of underachievement. I kept failing exams, and used to take much longer than others to complete projects. The career progression was slower that expected, despite hard work, motivation and ambitions. That visit was a breakthrough moment of my life. Before going in, I was very nervous, but the staff were kind and friendly, which provided me with a very friendly atmosphere. They are very quick at replying with emails, and very supportive, even after you have been diagnosed.

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The ADHD Clinic is dedicated to providing the highest quality of information, clinical assessments and treatments for ADHD in adults.

Correspondence address:

The ADHD Clinic
The Manor Hospital
Beech Road
Headington
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX3 7RP

Tel: 07887 640 102
and 0845 5280 898

help@adhdclinic.co.uk

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