Previously known as ADD, ADHD is characterized by symptoms like hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattentiveness. If you or your child has ADHD symptoms, contact us today for customized treatment and specialized support to lead a rewarding and happier life.
At Windermere Medical Group, we have a team of board-certified and trained medical experts who work with every patient with care and compassion. We understand the challenges ADHD patients go through. Therefore, we are here to assist you at every stage of the process – setting you on the path to recovery and quality living.
Our vast medical experience, expertise and access to cutting-edge technologies and diagnostic tools enable us to perform comprehensive psychoeducational assessment and diagnostic testing and create an individualized treatment plan accordingly.
A thorough diagnosis is required because other psychiatric disorders can also sometimes trigger symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. For example, ADHD can occur alongside other mental health problems like depression and anxiety. These disorders need to be diagnosed and treated for the success of ADHD.
A psychoeducational assessment helps evaluate all cognitive domains like intellectual, attention, memory, achievement, language functioning, visual-spatial functioning, and emotional brain development. A comprehensive assessment is needed for diagnosing ADHD. It helps determine the underlying causes.
Individualized Treatment Plan
As every individual case is different, there is no one-size-fits-all diagnosis or treatment plan. Hence, based on the diagnosis and findings, we provide you with a plan to manage and treat the problem in the best possible way. Treatment options may include (a separate or combination of):
How Does Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Affect Your Life?
Though ADHD is not a life-threatening condition, it can lower the quality of your life. ADHD can persist throughout life. It can cause difficulties affecting your ability to study, work and maintain relationships. Children with ADHD often struggle with paying attention in class and getting good grades, while adults may struggle with setting and achieving goals, progressing in their career, managing time, and sustaining a job. Likewise, maintaining interpersonal relationships may be equally challenging for adults with ADHD.
Trying to manage the symptoms of ADHD without professional support or treatment can put a physical and psychological strain on you, thereby making life a constant struggle. Don’t let this happen to you or your child. Seek professional help now.