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ADHD Low Risk

ADHD Low Risk

LOW RISK

Based upon your responses to this ADHD screening quiz, your child is at a low risk for an ADHD diagnosis.

In order for ADHD to be diagnosed, the symptoms typically must occur in more than one setting, and they must have lasted a minimum of 6 months.

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This test is not a diagnostic tool. Rather, it is an instrument that may help you to determine if your teenage son or daughter may need to see a licensed mental health professional to be further evaluated for ADHD. It may be beneficial for you to seek further clarification from a licensed mental health professional as soon as possible about a possible diagnosis for ADHD.

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Low Risk

LOW RISK Your teen can be considered to be in the low risk category. Due to the number of behaviors that your child is exhibiting, there is need for some concern. Your teen may benefit from counseling, extra parental supervision and family activities. This test is not a diagnostic tool.

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ADHD Moderate Risk

MODERATE ADHD RISK Based upon your responses to this ADHD screening quiz, your child possesses symptoms of moderate to severe ADHD.  Most people who answer similarly could qualify for an ADHD diagnosis. You are advised to seek help from a Mental Health Professional to determine if the child in question

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