Assessing whether your child is affected by ADHD is a multi-step process. However, if your child demonstrates distractibility, impulsiveness, disorganization, and difficulty focusing in school, it may be worthwhile to have them evaluated.
The symptoms of ADHD can overlap with those of other conditions such as sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, and learning disabilities, making it difficult to diagnose. Seeking professional advice from mental health experts such as psychiatrists, psychologists, or primary care providers like paediatricians is the best approach.
If you suspect that your child may be suffering from ADHD and want to determine the likelihood of a positive diagnosis, Maxi Mind Learning offers assistance. Our screening test is designed to evaluate the behaviour of children aged between 6 and 12 years. However, it’s important to note that this test is not a clinical diagnosis and cannot replace a complete psycho-educational assessment. It is merely a quick way to determine whether further evaluation is necessary.
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