With an increasing understanding of ADHD as a lifelong, very real condition, many adults across the UK are recognising the signs of ADHD in themselves and asking to be assessed for it.    

The realisation that they may have ADHD sometimes comes as a result of long struggles with mental ill health and addictions, and sometimes when children are diagnosed and parents realise that the symptoms also apply to them.

Our Guide to adult ADHD Assessment aims to help you navigate the system and make good decisions through this process. 

Download the Guide to Adult Assessment here

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