assess your ADHD symptoms

Is it or isn't
it ADHD?

OR is it your (and your friend's/coworker's/
significant other's) imagination?

Now’s the time to find out. Complete this quick checklist and you’ll have a better idea. And talk with your healthcare provider.

Where are you at in your treatment journey?

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Symptoms of inattention

Take a look at the list below and mark any symptoms you’ve experienced regularly over the last 6 months in the corresponding settings (home, work or social). Be it once a day or multiple times throughout the day. If it’s happening, mark it. If it’s not, do a little dance.

Mark symptoms experienced regularly over the last 6 months in the corresponding settings (home, work or social). If it’s happening, mark it. If it’s not, say, yay.

Symptoms of hyperactivity/impulsivity

Wow, this is going really fast, isn’t it? Mark symptoms experienced regularly over the last 6 months in the corresponding settings (home, work or social).

You’re almost done! Mark symptoms experienced regularly over the last 6 months in the corresponding settings (home, work or social).

home
work

Carelessness

Overlook or miss details? Submit inaccurate work?

Home
Work
Social

Trouble staying focused

Trouble focusing throughout meetings or conversations?

Home
Work
Social

Poor listening

Do you become distracted during conversations?

Home
Work
Social

Easily sidetracked

Do you start tasks then lose focus?

Home
Work
Social

Difficulty organizing work

Are you disorganized and messy? Do you miss deadlines?

Home
Work
Social

Avoid lengthy mental tasks

Do you avoid paperwork or reviewing lengthy reports?

Home
Work
Social

Losing everyday items

Like your keys, phone or glasses?

Home
Work
Social

Easily distracted

Does your mind frequently wander?

Home
Work
Social

Forgetfulness

Do you forget to return calls, keep appointments or pay bills on time?

Home
Work
Social

Fidgeting

Do you tap your hands, feet or squirm in your seat?

Home
Work
Social

Can’t stay seated

Even when you’re expected to?

Home
Work
Social

Feeling restless

Are you often on edge?

Home
Work
Social

Difficulty with quiet activities

Like sitting through presentations or movies?

Home
Work
Social

Always “on the go”

Uncomfortable being still for extended periods of time?

Home
Work
Social

Talking excessively

Ignoring or missing social cues in the process?

Home
Work
Social

Interrupting others

Do you cut others off, in traffic or conversation?

Home
Work
Social

Has trouble waiting in line

In traffic, at the bank, etc.?

Home
Work
Social

Intrusiveness

Do you butt into conversations or activities?

Home
Work
Social
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picture of Lauren (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

I had to write everything down to
maintain organization and memory.

LAUREN (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
picture of Freddie (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

I can’t focus on one thing at a time. I need multiple things to stimulate me.

FREDDIE (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
picture of Shannon (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

I often felt disorganized
and scattered.

SHANNON (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
picture of Donna (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

I felt a sense of relief once I was diagnosed.

DONNA (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)