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Adult A.D.D. Assessment

  1. At home, work, or school, I find my mind wandering from
tasks that are uninteresting or difficult.
  2. I find it difficult to read written material unless it is very
interesting or very easy.
  3. Especially in groups, I find it hard to stay focused on
what is being said in conversations.
  4. I have a quick temper... a short fuse.
  5. I am irritable, and get upset by minor annoyances.
  6. I say things without thinking, and later regret having
said them.
  7. I make quick decisions without thinking enough about
their possible bad results.
  8. My relationships with people are made difficult by my
tendency to talk first and think later.
  9. My moods have highs and lows.
10. I have trouble planning in what order to do a series of
tasks or activities.
11. I easily become upset.
12. I seem to be thin skinned and many things upset me.
13. I almost always am on the go.
14. I am more comfortable when moving than when sitting
still.
15. In conversations, I start to answer questions before
the questions have been fully asked.
16. I usually work on more than one project at a time, and
fail to finish many of them.
17. There is a lot of "static" or "chatter" in my head.
18. Even when sitting quietly, I am usually moving my
hands or feet.
19. In group activities it is hard for me to wait my turn.
20. My mind gets so cluttered that it is hard for it to
function.
21. My thoughts bounce around as if my mind is a pinball
machine.
22. My brain feels as if it is a television set with all the
channels going at once.
23. I am unable to stop daydreaming.
24. I am distressed by the disorganized way my brain
works.

Assessment Score:
This is not a diagnosis tool.

1. 70 and Up: Adult ADHD
According to your responses on this self-reporting questionnaire, it is highly likely that you are presently suffering from Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. You should not take this as a diagnosis or a recommendation for treatment in any way, though. However, it would be advisable and likely to be beneficial for you, to seek further diagnosis from a trained mental health professional immediately.

2. 50 - 69: Moderate Adult ADHD
You have answered this self-reporting questionnaire in such a way as to suggest that you are suffering from moderate difficulties in attention and concentration. However, you should not take this as a diagnosis or a recommendation for treatment in any way. You may want to look into seeking further consultation with a trained mental health professional if you are experiencing any difficulties in daily functioning, or if you would like a more in-depth diagnosis

3. 35 - 49: Mild Adult ADHD
Your responses on this self-reporting questionnaire suggest that you are experiencing mild attention and concentration difficulties. You should not take this as a diagnosis or a recommendation for treatment in any way. However, you may want to look into seeking further consultation with a trained mental health professional if you are experiencing any difficulties in daily functioning, or if you would like a more in-depth diagnosis.

4. 25 - 34: Borderline Adult ADHD
You appear to be experiencing some type of attention and concentration problem which is commonly found among the general population and borders on the possibility of being more severe. It is unclear as to whether you suffer from these problems severely enough to necessitate seeking further diagnosis and/or treatment for them. You should not take this as a diagnosis or a recommendation for treatment in any way. However, you may want to consult with a trained mental health professional if you are experiencing difficulties in your daily functioning that you are worried about.

5. 24 - below: Normal range
You have answered this self-reporting questionnaire in such a way as to suggest that you are not likely suffering from an attention deficit disorder currently. However, you should not take this as a diagnosis or a recommendation for treatment in any way.




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Miami, FL 33158
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