Categories: Screening

Adult ADHD Self-Screener

This Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Screener is intended for people aged 18 years or older.

The following questionnaire can be used as a starting point to help you recognize the signs and symptoms of adult ADHD, but is not meant to replace consultation with a trained health care professional. An accurate diagnosis can only be made through a clinical evaluation. Regardless of the questionnaire results, if you have concerns about diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD, please discuss your concerns with your physician.

Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Screener* from World Health Organization Composite International Diagnostic Interview

Please download this pdf file

Please note: This symptom checklist does not replace a visit with a physician. If you have questions about the checklist or your answers, please consult a physician.

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