ADHD Assessments - Children and Adults
These assessments are done through videoconferencing - no need to leave your home! You will need a device that has a camera and microphone.
An ADHD assessment involves:
- Completed background form, review of report cards and previous assessments (if applicable).
- Electronic questionnaires. The number of questionnaires vary with the age of the client.
- Clinical interview. This is a clinical, diagnostic interview with Dr. McCabe, the client and parents (if client is under age of 18).
- Full report with feedback.
The report will include a diagnosis (if there is one) and recommendations/next steps.
Call 519-880-2178 to book your assessment.
ADHD is a life-long condition that changes and evolves as a person ages. Adults frequently experience a decrease in the hyperactivity and impulsivity elements, but the inattention persists.
ADHD runs in families and has a genetic basis. Children with ADHD are 2 to 8 times more likely to have a sibling with ADHD or a parent with ADHD.