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Could It
Be ADHD?

Do you think you might have ADHD? Does your child, sibling, or parent have it? Maybe some of the information here has you wondering, “Could it be…?” Maybe it’s time to find out.

Self-Assessments

A great place to start, self-assessments can be useful tools to help gather and record information about your or your child’s symptoms to discuss with your doctor.

Quiz: Could It Be ADHD?

Do you think you might have ADHD? Does your child, sibling, or parent have it? Maybe some of the information here has you wondering, “Could it be…?” If you think it’s time to find out, this quiz can help you get started.

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Rating Scale for ADHD Symptoms in Children

The SNAP-IV 26 – Teacher and Parent Rating Scale consists of 26 questions to be answered by a caregiver or teacher. It is designed to screen for symptoms of ADHD in children and can also help with monitoring progress of their symptoms over time.

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Rating Scale for ADHD Symptoms in Adults

The Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Symptom Checklist consists of 18 questions and is used for initial symptom assessment to help identify adults who may have ADHD.

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