Where Mental Health Care has No Gender!
We are the only company that provides full remote ADHD testing for both adults & children who also includes genetic testing for ADHD medication management and specializes in LGBTQ+ Mental Health
Get Tested by following these 7 easy steps:
- Click here. To book online
- Click “I’m a New Client” and complete all the steps. (Be sure that your email address is correct and to select the appropriate ADHD Testing option)
- You will receive an email notification from “Client Portal” notifying you have a new document. Click “SIGN IN” to complete sign up. (Your name, assigned sex at birth, birthdate and payment information are required to issue the test)
- Once completed you will receive another email from “Client Portal” that will include your Voucher Code to take the test and link to your test instructions.
- Follow the instructions in the document to redeem your voucher.
- Take the Test
- Book a complimentary results review appointment with the provider.
The proof is in the pudding!
- We use the only ADHD test to measure actual movements (others only document inattention/impulsivity)
- We use the only ADHD test to be FDA-cleared for treatment response testing (a reference tool that can be used to prove the need of your ADHD medication adjustment)
- We use the only ADHD test that can be administered via telehealth that is FDA approved.
- You have 60 days to take the test once the voucher is issued.
- You must take the test before making an ADHD Evaluation appointment with the provider.
- Please note that no smartphones or tablets can be used in the performance of this test including Microsoft Surface, or Apple iPad.
- You must use a Google Chrome browser for testing.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), also referred to as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), is the most common neurodevelopmental condition affecting 3–5% of children and young people, which often persists into adulthood. ADHD symptoms include poor attention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, yet, how these symptoms manifest and affect children, adolescents and adults can differ greatly.
Our testing uses objective data to support an ADHD diagnosis. Questionnaires are subjective and we believe that using both clinical evaluations and objective testing is the way to go.
Treatment for ADHD is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Treatment can be put into two categories, pharmacological treatments for ADHD and non-pharmacological treatments which include behavioral therapy.