With ADDA it’s a new beginning.
An ADHD diagnosis is not a death sentence. You won’t receive a label, stereotype, or even a lifetime of taking pills. A diagnosis is an opportunity for growth, support, community, and understanding. With ADDA it’s a new beginning.
ADHD Test Facts
4.4% of adults have ADHD, tragically most cases of Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are often unrecognized and undiagnosed.
Those who suffer from untreated ADHD avoid diagnosis or treatment due to the negative stigma associated with ADHD, nevertheless, scientific research confirms adult ADHD does indeed exists and it highly diminishes’ quality of life.
The World Health Organization has prepared a self-screening questionnaire you can use to determine if you might have adult ADHD. The Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Screener will help you recognize the signs and symptoms of adult ADHD.
No. Diagnosing ADHD requires extensive knowledge, skills and training and ADHD must be diagnosed by a certified professional like a medical doctor or psychiatrist.
This test is not a diagnosis, so you do need to find a professional to confirm these results. We recommend printing your results and sharing them with your healthcare provider. In the meantime, ADDA has lots of programs, groups, and information on ADHD.
This test is not a diagnosis. If you are having symptoms of Adult ADHD it is best to bring this up to your doctor. Many health conditions may mimic ADHD. Some are medical emergencies and some are more common like allergies, lack of sleep, and stress. It’s important to speak with a healthcare professional.
ADDA gets ADHD, so ADDA gets you.