We’re an experienced multi-disciplinary team who assess and provide treatment for young people between the ages of 6 and 18 who are suspected of having, or who have been diagnosed with, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The team comprises consultant psychiatrists, staff grade psychiatrists, clinical nurse specialists, non-medical prescribers and assistant psychologists.
If the questionnaires submitted as part of the referral process (details below) show a possibility of your child having symptoms of ADHD, they will be invited in for a quantitative behaviour (Qb) test to measure activity, attention and impulse control.
The Qb test is a computerised test during which your child is asked to perform a series of simple tasks, and their movement, attention and any impulsive responses are recorded. Their activity during the test will be measured with infrared motion tracking.
Once the Qb test is completed, your child will be invited back for a second appointment to discuss the results with a clinician, and to take more detailed information about their developmental history, school, home life and behaviour. The clinician will also make further observations of your child’s behaviour.
Interventions depend on the findings of the assessment and level of impact on the child or young persons life.
They will usually include:
Referrals should be made by a professional, such as a special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO) or an educational psychologist, who has been able to observe your child.
Please read the referral criteria carefully before you complete our online referral form.
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