Online ADHD
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How is ADHD Officially Diagnosed?

In order to properly diagnose ADHD, a formal diagnosis by a licensed clinician in the state where the patient evaluated is residing is required. Although an online ADHD self-assessment is a good starting point, it is not considered an official diagnosis.

Finding availability for in-person appointments for ADHD diagnosis can be time-consuming and costly. This is where Done. comes in- We help patients connect specialized clinicians online  that are licensed in their state. 

For $199, less than half the cost of traditional appointments, Done. helps patients get diagnosed for ADHD online. Through our telehealth platform you can often  book appointments the same day, be seen by a specialist, and if diagnosed with ADHD, have a treatment appropriate to ADHD type.

You can start our free 1-minute online assessment by booking  an online appointment with one of our licensed ADHD-specialized providers today.

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How to Get an Online ADHD Diagnosis

Everyone’s symptoms differ, and the treatment plan follows your ADHD diagnosis. Get started with Done.’s online one-minute assessment test.

If ADHD seems to be a potential diagnosis after completing our free online test, it is possible to book a follow-up appointment with one of our ADHD specialized clinicians to get an official diagnosis online.

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 our 1-minute online test.

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Affordable ADHD Diagnosis

Done. is a convenient and affordable way to get an official ADHD diagnosis. Done’s online ADHD diagnosis is just $199 and is performed by our specialized clinicians. Typically  the cost of an in person diagnosis can cost anywhere from $400 to $1000 or more, additionally, Done provides OON (out-of-network) insurance support.

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Common Symptoms of ADHD

You may be reading this page as someone who is curious about their own behaviors. Or it could be on behalf of someone you know. Regardless, throughout the existence of ADHD as a diagnosis, the adage remains true: there is no one-type-fits-all definition.

Among people with ADHD there are a variety of symptoms that appear to be common and consistent - even across different types of ADHD, which include inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive. At a high level, ADHD is a brain-based disorder. The American Psychiatric Association has defined three types: inattentive, hyperactive-impulsive, and combined, which is often believed to be the most common form of ADHD.  Each has certain criteria and symptoms that must be met in order for it to be a relevant diagnosis.

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What Happens When I am Diagnosed with ADHD

In the case of a positive ADHD diagnosis, Done. offers a monthly $79 personalized online treatment plan. Patients work with their ADHD clinical expert to find the treatment that works for them. We believe our holistic approach to the challenge of ADHD demonstrates our commitment to ensure that no one is left behind.

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Appointment Today

A diagnosis can be the first step towards clarity and confidence. With Done., you are able to schedule an online appointment as soon as this week- no more waiting months for an available appointment.

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The Role of Technology in the Online ADHD Diagnosis Process

At Done., we use groundbreaking technology to support the online ADHD diagnosis process. Before a patient ever meets with a clinician through our platform, they MUST fill out an initial clinical assessment form that screens members for ADHD symptoms as well as other comorbidities.  Most of the initial online ADHD diagnosis consultations on the Done. platform are 30 minutes long. This is possible thanks to the systems and software used to help providers learn more about their patients even before meeting with them.

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The Screening Process


Before the online ADHD diagnosis appointment, a patient must complete a series of documents, including the ASRS (ADHD Self Report Scale), GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder Screening), PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire for Depression) and a medical history questionnaire that includes questions related to contraindications and prior family health history.


Patients must also submit their ID, which is verified again during the appointment, as well as address history and contact information.


Through the Done. platform, clinicians are able to evaluate patients with the support of all this data collected prior to the online ADHD diagnosis appointment. Before meeting them online, they can first determine if a patient is deemed eligible and allowed to schedule a telemedicine visit.


Patients are also sent through a system that checks all state Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) to identify potential patterns of abuse or misuse. Providers review this report prior to the 30-min online diagnosis appointment.


After a consultation is conducted, if a patient is diagnosed with ADHD or any other psychiatric condition the provider will prepare a treatment recommendation and issue prescription(s) in accordance with state/federal regulations.
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