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Do you think you may have ADHD?
We created a free test based on the official ADHD symptoms described in the DSM-V to give you a sense of how likely you are to be ADHD, and what type of ADHD (Hyperactive-Impulsive, Inattentive or Combined).
Approximately 8 million adults in the United States are affected by ADHD. ADHD does not affect just children.
Symptoms of adult ADHD can be misconstrued as those associated with depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder.
This is due to a lack of understanding of ADHD, costly treatment expenses not always covered by insurance, and the stigma that ADD/ADHD still carries in some areas.
Self-Assessment ADHD Workbook
Visualize and assess 25 ADHD traits and understand how they affect your life.
The workbook contains 61-pages with visual examples.
Learn where you land in the ADHD spectrum, by answering 28 questions inspired by the Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS). This quiz will help you assess whether your symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity are consistent with an ADHD diagnosis.
Members of my community share their ADHD stories. Learn from their insights!
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Illustrated Articles on our website, and so many more to come. Our goal? Increasing mental health awareness worlwide, one content at a time.
Improve your ADHD Diagnosis Experience!
This workbook is designed to help you understand ADHD and how its symptoms can affect your life. It should be used alongside your diagnosis process to inform your medical professional.Get the ADHD Workbook
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Regardless of where you are in your ADHD Journey we can guarantee that you can learn from our content.
How can we guarantee that?
We've been writing ADHD content for years now and we still learn something new every time.