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If you are a healthcare professional, providing an assessment of a child or adult suspected of having ADHD or providing treatment for a child or adult with ADHD, the tools available in myADHD.com can help you.
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Assessment Tools™

MyADHD.com contains several Assessment Tools designed to obtain important current and past information about the child or adult undergoing an assessment. The Assessment Tools section contains child and adolescent history forms for parents to complete and history forms for adults to complete, rating scales for parents and teachers to evaluate the presence of ADHD symptoms, self-rating scales for adults and observer rating scales for adults. These scales can help in determining whether the child or adult being assessed exhibits signs of ADHD and other disorders such as anxiety, depression, learning disorders, and behavior disorders.

Treatment Tools™

Treatment Tools are programs designed to teach specific skills to improve behavior, socialization and academic performance. Parents can use these tools at home and teachers can use them at school to encourage positive behavior, teach skills such as organization, reading comprehension, note-taking from lectures, self advocacy, etc. There are many treatment tools for both children and adults, these include: daily report cards; token economy programs; study strategy worksheets to improve listening, report writing, test-taking, note-taking, reading comprehension, self-advocacy, etc; anger management worksheets, family communication exercises, numerous behavior charts for common daily activities; classroom accommodation ideas; homework improvement worksheets; cognitive behavioral strategies for adults dealing with anxiety and depression; career planning ideas; organization strategies for adults; financial planning tips; etc.

Tracking Tools™

Tracking Tools are brief forms, checklists and rating scales designed to monitor the progress of children or adults who are receiving interventions and treatment. Healthcare professionals may request that educators and parents regularly complete one or more Tracking Tools to evaluate the child’s progress in school and at home or the progress of an adult with ADHD in various settings. Treatments and interventions can then be adjusted to achieve maximal improvement.

Library Tools™

Contained among the Library Tools are scientific articles, past issues of myADHD.com News, and other resources that can be used to gain a better understanding of ADHD.

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