Adult ADHD and Autism Assessments

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are two neurotypes that can have a significant impact on an individual’s daily life.

If you are an autistic of ADHD person, your brain can make it difficult for you to focus, communicate effectively, and interact with others, which can lead to feelings of frustration and isolation.

However, with proper assessment and treatment, Autistic and/or ADHD adults can learn to manage their symptoms and lead fulfilling lives.

ADHD and Autism Assessments
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Assessing “Symptoms”: The First Step in Managing ADHD and Autism

One of the first steps in managing ADHD and ASD is to seek a proper assessment. A trained professional, such as a counselor, can help to identify the specific symptoms and challenges that an individual is facing with Adult ADHD and Autism Assessments.

This assessment process can include a variety of tools and techniques, such as interviews, questionnaires, and observations, to gather information about the individual’s behavior, cognition, and emotional well-being.

Improving Quality of Life for Autistic and/or ADHD Adults

For adults, ADHD and Autism Assessments can be especially beneficial. Many adults with these neurotypes may have gone undiagnosed for years and may not understand the root of their difficulties.

A proper assessment can help individuals to better understand their brain and how it affects their daily lives. It can also lead to effective treatment options, such as medication, therapy, or lifestyle changes, that can help them to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

At Origins, we understand the importance of proper assessment for ADHD and Autism. Our trained professionals have the experience and expertise to provide accurate and comprehensive assessments for adults with these conditions. We also treatment options, such as therapy and coaching, to help individuals better adapt and improve their overall well-being.

Don’t let untreated ADHD or Autism control your life. Reach out to Origins today to schedule your assessment and start on the path to better management and understanding of yourself. Together, we can help you find balance, peace, and maybe even a little quiet time.

Cost of Service for Adult ADHD and Autism Assessments

Our licensed clinicians specialize in adult neurodivergence and are highly qualified to guide you through this process. The assessment and screening services are specifically for adults (18+) who believe they may have ADHD or autism neurotypes. We offer two (2) options for those seeking validation of their neurodivergence.

This 2-part system allows you to receive services at a speed that is comfortable for you. It also allows you to divide the cost over time. If your screening indicates that continuing with the diagnosis is not warranted, or the screening is sufficient to satisfy your needs, you do not have to spend any additional time or money completing the comprehensive assessment.

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Option 1: Neurodivergence Screening (“Neuro Screening”)

Cost: $300 | Time: 90 minutes | Service: No diagnosis provided

The screening consists of questions regarding your traits, history, and challenges only in relation to ADHD and autism.
A quick review of your information is compared to DSM-5 diagnostic criteria.

There is typically no waiting time for the screening report.

Your provider will discuss their findings and advise whether continuing with the diagnostic assessment (Option 2) is warranted.

Screenings CANNOT be submitted for insurance reimbursement.

Option 2: Comprehensive Clinical Assessment (CCA)

Cost: $1000 | Time: 180 minutes in interview + 30-minute follow-up session | Service: Formal diagnosis and recommendations provided

Fee covers the time taken for assessment interview, all additional time spent completing documentation and related tasks, and follow-up session.

The CCA consists of questions regarding your traits, history, and challenges beyond just those thought to be related to neurodivergence.

A thorough review of your information is cross-examined with common misdiagnoses then compared to DSM-5 diagnostic criteria.

A comprehensive diagnostic report based on the data acquired during the assessment process is completed and a copy provided to you.

The wait time for the diagnostic report ranges from only 2 – 4 weeks.

At the follow-up session, your provider will discuss their findings and provide a copy of the assessment for you to review and approve.

These assessments cannot be billed to insurance or submitted for reimbursement.