Does your child go through extreme changes in mood and
behavior? Does your child get much more excited or much
more irritable than other kids? Do you notice that your child
goes through cycles of extreme highs and lows more often
than other children? Do these mood changes affect how your
child acts at school or at home?
Download a Depression Scale for Children (CES-DC) . This measure assesses both depressive symptoms as well as symptom improvement in a wide range of children and adolescents, ages 6â€“17.
DSM-5 Criteria for diagnosing ADHD.
This is the expanded version of the World Health Organization’s ADHD Adult Screener. The Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS-v1.1) Symptom Checklist can help you recognize symptoms of adult ADHD.
This screener is intended for those 18 years of age or older, and is used to help recognize symptoms of adult ADHD.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.
Vanderbilt ADHD and SNAP-IV rating scales: Screening tests to help determine whether you think your child, or young adult, may have ADHD. (A screener in not a definitive test.)