ADHD Process

Explore Our Process

Ages 5 to 21 years for ADHD and ages 5-21 years for a combined autism and ADHD evaluation

Initial Family Assessment And Interview

We begin ADHD assessments with an in-depth interview with the person who knows your child best—you. We also gather input from other caregivers, teachers, and clinicians.

Detailed Data Collection

We collect input from you by asking you and other people who know your child well, such as teachers or therapists, to complete standardized rating scales.

Real-time, online observation with your child

Through our interactive clinical platform, our specialists engage directly with your child.

Review and Decision

Your provider reviews all assessment information to determine the diagnostic outcome and care plan recommendations, ensuring a high quality evaluation for your child.

Professional Diagnostic Report and Care Plan

Your child’s report will include a diagnosis (if appropriate) and personalized recommendations. The report can then be used to inform your child’s individualized education plan (IEP), ensuring they have access to the full range of school-provided services.

Follow-Up Session To Review Findings

Our multidisciplinary team will meet with you to review and discuss the evaluation’s outcome and treatment options. We can also send the report to other providers, such as your child’s pediatrician.

No Wait. No Referral Necessary.

Quality providers that are ready to help and available from the comfort of your home!