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Adult ADHD Self-Assessment

Does this sound familiar?

 

• I am often quickly distracted¹

• I find it difficult to complete things¹

• I am terrible at organizing things¹

• I have difficulty listening¹

• Sometimes I feel like I’m always busy¹

• I can never relax peacefully¹

• I am so impatient¹

• I often act without thinking¹

• I am impulsive in relationships and jobs¹

 

Complete the self-assessment to see if your symptoms could be consistent with adult ADHD.

(Adult Self-Report Scale-VI.I (ASRS-VI.I) Screener 2 from WHO Composite International Diagnostic Interview)

 

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An official diagnosis of ADD/ADHD can only be made by a mental health professional:
  • Psychologist;
  • Psychiatrist with a specific interest in the field.
  • Some general practitioners with a good understanding of adult ADHD

REFERENCES:

1. KOOIJ SJJ. ADULT ADHD DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT. PEARSON ASSESSMENT AND INFORMATION BV, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS. THIRD EDITION 2010; 18-19. 2. ADLER L, KESSLER R, SPENCER T. ADULT ADHD SELF-REPORT SCALE-V1.1 (ASRS-V1.1) SCREENER FROM WHO COMPOSITE. INTERNATIONAL DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW. 2003.