An Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) assessment is a standardised tool used to evaluate individuals for symptoms associated with ADHD. This assessment helps healthcare professionals, such as psychologists or psychiatrists, to systematically gather information about an individual’s behaviour, attention span, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. The questions in the assessment are designed to explore various aspects of daily functioning, academic or occupational performance, and social interactions. The goal is to identify patterns of behaviour consistent with ADHD and to determine the severity of symptoms. It’s important to note that an ADHD test is a valuable step toward understanding an individual’s unique strengths and challenges, and it often serves as a foundation for developing personalised interventions and support strategies. While this table provides a simple representation of questions with “Yes” and “No” options, a comprehensive ADHD assessment typically involves a more in-depth evaluation conducted by qualified healthcare professionals.

This TEST Should Not Be Used As A Substitute For A Professional Diagnosis

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Question Yes No
1. Does the individual often have difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play activities?
2. Is there a frequent tendency to make careless mistakes in work or other activities?
3. Does the individual often struggle to follow through on instructions and complete tasks?
4. Is there a consistent pattern of forgetfulness in daily activities?
5. Does the individual often fidget or tap hands and feet when seated?
6. Is there a frequent tendency to interrupt or intrude on others?
7. Does the individual often have difficulty waiting their turn?
8. Is there a tendency to be easily distracted by extraneous stimuli?
9. Does the individual struggle to organise tasks and activities?
10. Is there a consistent pattern of avoidance or reluctance to engage in tasks requiring sustained mental effort?
11. Does the individual often talk excessively?
12. Is there a tendency to start projects without adequate planning?
13. Does the individual often misplace items necessary for tasks and activities?
14. Is there a frequent tendency to be forgetful in daily activities?
15. Does the individual struggle to sustain attention in conversations?

Next Steps: Seek A Professional ADHD Assessment

If the preliminary results of this self-assessment suggest a likelihood of ADHD, it’s crucial to consult with a qualified professional for a comprehensive evaluation. Enlightened Minds is here to guide you through the next steps. Our team of experienced ADHD specialists can provide a thorough assessment, ensuring an accurate diagnosis and personalised recommendations for your unique needs. Take control of your well-being – schedule a consultation with Enlightened Minds today and embark on a path towards understanding and managing ADHD effectively.

Our Free ADHD Screening Process

Are you seeking answers about ADHD? Begin your journey to understanding with our personalised ADHD screening process at Enlightened Minds. Our initial screening offers customised questions tailored to your unique experiences. Backed by qualified professionals, this is more than a questionnaire—it’s a guided conversation designed to uncover insights and provide immediate support.

What to expect:

  1. Personalised questions to explore your unique challenges
  2. Expert guidance from qualified professionals throughout the screening process
  3. A pathway to a comprehensive ADHD assessment for a deeper understanding.

Don’t navigate the uncertainty alone. Schedule your personalised ADHD screening today and take the first step towards clarity, support, and a qualified assessment.