Understand your strengths and challenges related to memory, attention, and executive function to eliminate distractions, get organized, and push forward toward the future you envision!
Assessment of cognitive ability, attention, executive functioning, and social/emotional functioning
$1500 - $3500
Are you tired of struggling to pay attention? Do you have trouble juggling the demands of life? Is your child getting in trouble at school for not sitting still?
If you or your child is struggling with any of these symptoms, or have concerns about ADHD, a comprehensive evaluation can help.
What is ADHD?
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder defined by impairing levels of inattention, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity. It impacts our ability to focus, remember important details, remain seated, manage time, and regulate behavior.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 9.8% of children aged 3-17 were diagnosed with ADHD between 2016-2019. Those assigned male at birth (boys and men) are 2x more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than women. Those assigned female at birth (girls and women) are 2x more likely to present with ADHD, inattentive presentation.
Children who struggle with ADHD often have trouble with completing or turning in homework, completing chores, following multi-step instructions, and a host of other things.
Common issues for high functioning individuals and in adulthood include trouble sitting through meetings or lectures, forgetting “simple” things, leaving tasks and hobbies incomplete, and trouble with meeting deadlines.
More often than not, people who struggle with ADHD have deficits in overall attention and behavioral dysregulation along with executive functioning difficulties. These higher cognitive processes include memory, processing information efficiently, switching between tasks, and behavioral control as well as other functions that allow us to complete our chores and work, identify steps to solving problems, and keep ourselves on track.
Our ADHD evaluations assess several of these executive functioning areas along with:
- Comprehensive Intelligence testing
- Brief achievement testing
- Assessments of memory, processing, and executive functioning
- Emotional and behavioral rating scales
- Written Report including diagnosis, recommendations, and supplemental materials
The goal is not simply to give a diagnosis. It is also to understand the “superpowers” associated with ADHD as well as the ways it interferes with accessing your fullest potential.
Ways we help you do that is by providing thorough recommendations and resources that address the areas you or your child are struggling the most. Common referral sources include counseling, medication, academic accommodations, and more.
How Much Does It Cost?
For 3 year olds - $1500
For 4 year olds - $2000
For 5 year olds - $2500
For ages 6-17 & adults - $3000
For combo evaluations (i.e., ADHD & Autism; ADHD & Learning Disability; Autism & Learning Disability) - $3500
$1500 is due at the time you schedule and any remaining balance is due 24 hours prior to the feedback (final) session. We accept all major credit/debit cards, HSA cards, and personal checks as payment.
We are not in network with any insurance companies or paneled with Medicaid, Medicare, or Medicaid Managed Care companies (i.e., Caresource, Amerigroup, Peachstate, etc). However, we do offer out-of-network documentation for insurance reimbursement submission.
Please note: You are allowed to change your appointment date and time if necessary. However, in the event of total cancellation, we will not issue a refund. As such, please be sure you wish to utilize our services prior to scheduling the initial intake appointment and paying the initial fee.
What You Gain from Our Evaluations
Once your evaluation is completed, you receive a final report outlining your results, which includes recommendations for additional services like therapy/counseling, medication management, academic accommodations, and more.
You also leave with supplemental materials including a list of referrals to therapists, psychiatrists, other service providers, and community resources like tutoring programs and parent support along with a school or work accommodation letter and monthly follow-ups.