Not every case is a complex one. Sometimes we’re asked to evaluate children or adults who struggle only with attention and concentration. Parents might have questions about their child’s ability to stay focused and not be so ‘active’ all the time. Adults may wonder why they struggle to hold themselves back in social situations, or they may question why they haven’t been promoted as far as they can be at work and why they have troubles with organization. In these cases, a straightforward screening evaluation is indicated to determine if an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an appropriate diagnosis.
CNLD Testing & Therapy provides ADD and ADHD testing, along with a slew of other neuropsychological testing and psychological testing services.
- ADHD Testing and ADHD Treatment
- Learning Disabilities Testing
- Executive Function Testing
- Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing for Children, Teens and Adults
- Therapy and Counseling Services
- Educational Advocacy and Aftercare Services Following Testing
- Positive Support from Experienced Specialists You Can Trust
For more information about ADD and ADHD testing, please contact CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466.
Do I Need ADHD Testing or a Different Type of Evaluation?
Most people with attention concerns also have other struggles going on as well, such as issues with learning, emotions, memory or behavior. When this is the case, we want to make sure that all the possibilities are examined through a neuropsychological evaluation. If there’s just an attention question, however, we can provide a screening evaluation to determine whether or not ADHD is an accurate diagnosis. The format for a screening is the same as for a full evaluation (initial interview, test battery, behavior-rating scales and follow-up appointment) – it’s just shorter.
Whether you decide to pursue ADHD testing or another form of psychological evaluation, our team of specialists is here to assist you. We will gladly answer all of your questions to find the right path for you or your child.