A Guide to ADHD
by Done.

What is ADHD?

ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a mental health condition that affects both behavioral and cognitive functions. From a behavioral standpoint, ADHD can result in symptoms like fidgeting, hyperactivity, irritability and impulsivity. On the more cognitive side, that can mean feeling absent minded or distracted. Maybe it translates into difficulty focusing or paying attention. 

How Does ADHD Looks in Adult?

The exact number of people diagnosed with ADHD varies by source, gender, and age. Generally speaking it’s estimated to affect 1-5% of the overall adult population. Adults with ADHD can find it more challenging to focus, prioritize tasks and remember important appointments or plans.

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Getting Tested or
Diagnosed for ADHD Online

Self Assessment or Testing for ADHD

The first step in a ADHD diagnosis process as an adult is usually filling out a self-assessment. Medical providers specializing in ADHD may request an initial assessment before meeting in person or online. There are a few assessments or tests that people can take to help them understand if they might have ADHD, such as the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale.

Typically, a self-assessment covers behavioral areas impacted by ADHD such as inattention, restlessness, impulsivity, hyperactivity and other symptoms. Such assessments or ADHD tests are a starting point to beginning a diagnosing and evaluating the signs. Our free ADHD self-assessment is a good place to start your online ADHD diagnosis journey.

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Meeting a Specialist for a Diagnosis

In order to properly diagnose ADHD, an  appointment with a specialist is required. This can be done in person or virtually. During this  appointment, providers will ask key questions regarding their symptoms and concerns.

In addition, some specialists may also require patients to provide information from friends and family members.  By gathering information from third parties, the specialist can more properly diagnose their case. 

During this process, they’ll screen one’s medical history for conditions that might have overlapping symptoms with ADHD. With Done., you can go through this process online and get properly diagnosed by an ADHD specialist all from the comfort of your home. 

Start by taking the Done. 1-minute assessment test to learn more and find the right path forward to a place of strength and clarity.

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How Can ADHD be Treated?

Done. allows anyone who is challenged by ADHD to receive the help they need and the treatment that best works for their situation. DONE. provides private and accurate medical diagnosis through online telehealth, and actionable ways to receive immediate treatment for their ADHD.

If you are diagnosed with ADHD, your provider will go through the different ADHD treatment options and find the right treatment for you. This treatment may include medication, therapy or coaching. There is no cure for ADHD but finding the right treatment can help you work with your ADHD instead of against it.

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