Adult  Attention Deficit  Assessment
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
However, if you are more concerned about the accuracy and details of your health, a
comprehensive clinical assessment will identifiy various types, sources (internal or external locus)
and its impact across settings, an essential documentation component of the Americans with
Disabilities Act, A.D.A. A comprehensive assessment involves 6 hours of testing, 6 hours of scoring,
analysis, report writing; and another hour to review and discuss the 20+ page report with you about
two weeks later.

Report includes over 20 pages of clinical analysis,
documentation and recommendations about the type of AD/HD,
diagnosis and how to handle the AD/HD symptoms.

Additionally, the documentation can be used for petitions for special accommodations on:
S.A.T., L.S.A.T., M.C.A.T., G.R.E., G.M.A.T. & Medical Exam / Bar Exams
when the diagnosis and symptoms meet criteria for significant impact across a person's life and the
documentation provided by the individual meets the full criteria for accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilties Act. In addition to the ADHD symptoms, the
impact on memory,
processing speed, analytical, reasoning and academic skills
is identified during the thorough
clinical examination of the individual during the assessment.
Attention Deficit Disorder, ADHD is easily diagnosed in its primitive and basic
form using a checklist that a nurse or your primary physician can complete with
you in ten minutes. Our offices do not rely on the 10 minute checklist and
suggest you see your primary physician if you simply need to determine if you
have the basic components of ADHD and want medication for the symptoms. The
basic 10 minute form is covered by just about all insurance companies.
NEW Clinical Assessment of
Attention Deficit - Adult Test
(One of the many tests administered as part of the comprehensive clinical assessment)

The NEW Clinical Assessment of Attention Deficit - Adult Test is comprehensive, highly reliable, and
sensitive to the symptomatology of attentional deficits both with and without hyperactivity for adults.
The Clinical Assessment of Attention Deficit- Adult Test includes scales, clusters, and items that are
sensitive to symptom presentation in differing contexts and as expressed as either internal
sensations or overt behaviors.

Part 1 (Childhood Memories) assesses the individual's memories of his/her behaviors and
sensations as a child; and Part 2 (Current Symptoms) assesses parallel issues in adulthood. The
Clinical Assessment of Attention Deficit - Adult Test provides Clinical Index scores for the Childhood
Memories section, the Current Symptoms section, as well as the summation of these two sections.
In addition, three validity scales are embedded within the instrument--Negative Impression,
Infrequency, and Positive Impression.

Standardization and Validity
The Clinical Assessment of Attention Deficit Adult Test was standardized on a sample of 800 adults
ages 19-79 years. The sample was well-matched to the U.S. population for gender, race/ethnicity,
and education level.

Special Features

* Represents a well-defined, theoretically and empirically supported measure of
behaviors, characteristics, and diagnostic criteria associated with ADD/ADHD.

* Thorough and complete score reporting system that includes standard scores (T
scores), percentile ranks, confidence intervals, qualitative classifications, and
graphical profile displays.

* Linkage to the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria with comprehensive content coverage
both within and across scales/clusters, assisting in rendering a differential

* Context clusters that indicate contexts in which ADD/ADHD symptoms are most
problematic and Locus clusters that indicate the extent to which ADD/ADHD
symptoms are experienced internally as sensations versus symptoms that are
acted out upon as overt behaviors.
Validity Scales

Childhood Memories

Current Symptoms

Clinical Risk

Score Profile

Additional tests of processing abilities are administered, as well as "speed tests" of
reading, writing, math and cognitive speed.
Dr. Stephen Mouton, Psychological Testing,  FAQs, ADHD, Attention Disorders, Learning Disorders, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Academic
IQ testing, Intelligence, Math Disorders, Writing Disorders, Concentration Problems, Special Accommodations SAT, ISEE, ACT,

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