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ADHD Assessments

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects individuals of all ages, including adults. While it's commonly associated with children, many adults in Australia also grapple with the challenges posed by ADHD.

In Australia, it's estimated that around 2-4% of adults live with ADHD, though this number may be higher due to underdiagnosis and misdiagnosis.

Effective management of adult ADHD often involves a combination of medication, therapy, and lifestyle modifications.

ADHD in adults can be presented in many ways such as:


  • Impatience

  • Clumsiness

  • Struggle with short-term memory

  • Feeling trapped

  • Sleeping difficulties

  • Impulsiveness

  • Inability to focus or multi-task even without distractions

  • Low frustration tolerance

  • Poor time management skills

Diagnosing ADHD in adults can be complex due to its overlapping symptoms with other mental health conditions and the misconception that ADHD is solely a childhood disorder. It often requires a thorough assessment by a qualified healthcare professional, who has specialised training in ADHD. This typically involves a comprehensive evaluation including medical history, symptoms, and behaviour patterns.

Explore our FAQs on adult ADHD or contact our client relationship team on 02 8519 4197 to book an assessment or to find out more information in regard to Adult ADHD Assessment.

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Referral Process

If you're feeling concerned about how you're functioning or your mental health, it's a good idea to talk to your General Practitioner (GP) first. Your GP is your main healthcare provider, and they can help you with various health concerns. Remember, you don't need a referral from your GP to start exploring the possibility of ADHD.

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We use a range of evidence based psychometric tools for our adult ADHD assessments. You'll receive 3-4 assessment questionnaires online, which you can complete conveniently at home.

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Contact Us

Feel free to reach out to our friendly team at 02 8519 4197 or contact us using our online form. We're here to guide you through the assessment process, explain the costs involved, and give you an idea of how long it might take. Your inquiries are important to us, and we're ready to assist you every step of the way.

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In Depth Analysis

After the intake and assessment sessions, we'll take the time to carefully review the details you've shared. Then, we'll prepare a personalised written report that includes recommendations tailored to you.

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Intake Session

As part of our commitment to best practice guidelines, every adult assessment begins with an intake session, which takes around 2.5 hours. During this session, we will explore your concerns, strengths, abilities, challenges, and developmental history. 

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Feedback and Report

We'll schedule a feedback session approximately 3-4 weeks after completing the assessment.


During this session, you will be provided with the written report and a thorough explanation, including recommendations.

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