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Why choose Safe Haven Health for ADHD Testing?

Comprehensive Assessment

Our ADHD Test involves a comprehensive evaluation that goes beyond a simple checklist. We understand that ADHD manifests differently in each individual, and our testing process considers a range of factors, including cognitive assessments and thorough subjective and objective testing.

Expertise of Qualified Professionals

Your ADHD Test at Safe Haven Health is reviewed by a qualified mental health provider with extensive experience in neurodevelopmental assessments. Our team is committed to accuracy and precision, ensuring that the results of your ADHD Test are reliable and informative.

Personalized Approach to Testing

We recognize that every individual is unique, and ADHD can present in diverse ways. Our ADHD Test is tailored to address your specific concerns, taking into account factors such as age, gender, and individual symptoms. This personalized approach ensures a more accurate and insightful evaluation.

Convenient and Accessible Online Testing

At Safe Haven Health, we understand the importance of accessibility and convenience. Our ADHD Test can be completed online, eliminating the need for physical appointments and allowing individuals to undergo assessment from the comfort of their own homes. This ensures flexibility for clients, particularly those with busy schedules or limited mobility, while maintaining the same high standards of evaluation and care.

The ADHD Testing Process at Safe Haven Health

Complete the Form Below

To initiate ADHD testing, please fill out the form below so we can get to know you a little more. This step is crucial in tailoring the testing process to your specific needs. After completing this form, within 24-48 hours, you will receive a link to your email to complete the testing.


Complete the ADHD Test

At your earliest convenience, you should accept the invitation sent to your email to complete the test. The ADHD test will consist of a questionnaire and interactive subjective and objective testing for more accuracy. During the test, behavioral patterns, including attention span, impulse control, and other relevant behaviors, will be assessed. These observations provide valuable insights into how ADHD may impact your daily life.


Your Provider Will Review Your Results

A qualified ADHD-certified mental health professional will review and assess your test results within three business days. They will review your results, determine whether or not there is an ADHD diagnosis, and send a detailed report to you for you to review your diagnosis (if applicable) and recommendations.


Feedback and Recommendations

Following the ADHD Test, our professionals provide detailed feedback on the results and recommend further steps. This may include potential interventions, therapeutic strategies, or additional assessments if necessary. If you receive an ADHD diagnosis, you can schedule an appointment with us to review your results and discuss treatment if needed. We can only prescribe medication to clients in Florida, Maryland, Virginia, Vermont, Connecticut, Delaware, Colorado, Oregon, and New Mexico.


Is our ADHD Test Right for You or Your Loved One?

If you or a loved one are experiencing challenges with attention, focus, or impulsivity, ADHD Testing with Safe Haven Health may be the key to understanding and addressing these concerns. Early identification and intervention can significantly improve outcomes for individuals with ADHD.

Holistic Support for ADHD Management


At Safe Haven Health, our commitment doesn’t end with the completion of the ADHD Test. We believe in providing holistic support for individuals diagnosed with ADHD. Understanding that managing ADHD involves more than just a diagnostic label, our team offers a range of services to empower individuals and their families on the path to successful ADHD management.

Personalized Treatment Plans

Upon completing the ADHD Test, our professionals will develop a personalized treatment plan. These plans may include a combination of behavioral interventions, psychoeducation, and, if necessary, medication management. Our goal is to tailor our approach to your unique strengths and challenges.


Education is a powerful tool in managing ADHD. Safe Haven Health provides education sessions to help you and your family better understand ADHD, its impact, and effective coping strategies.

Individual Support

Navigating ADHD can be challenging, but you don’t have to do it alone. Our providers and support staff offer individual emotional support, address concerns, and equip you with effective communication and coping strategies. We believe in fostering a supportive environment that encourages open dialogue and collaboration.

Contact Us for Clarity and Support


Safe Haven Health is here to guide you through the process of understanding and managing ADHD. If you are considering the ADHD Test, fill out the form below. Our compassionate team is dedicated to providing clarity and support on your journey towards a more focused and fulfilling life. Safe Haven Health – where clarity leads to empowerment.

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