Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD(H)D) Questionnaire



The symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be categorised into three sets of behavioural problems :-
  • Symptoms of inattentiveness
  • Symptoms of hyperactivity
  • Impulsive behaviour

Types of ADHD

A person with ADHD usually has symptoms characteristic of one of the three subtypes of the condition. The subtypes are:-
  • ADHD mainly inattentive (also referred to as ADD Attention Deficit Disorder)
  • ADHD mainly hyperactive-impulsive
  • ADHD combined

† This questionnaire is designed to assess the level of your child's ADHD. Most children will only exhibit some of the symptoms. Please complete and submit this questionnaire if you would like an informal assessment.

Please select the response which applies to your child


Symptoms of Inattention
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Symptoms of Hyperactivity
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Symptoms of Impulsivity
Never  Sometimes  Frequently  Unsure 
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Never  Sometimes  Frequently  Unsure 
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Raviv Practice London uses Cogmed Working Memory Training to help children and adults with symptoms of ADHD and ADD. Cogmed have published a number of clinical research papers on how working memory training helps those with ADHD/ADD. The most recent is:-

2011Child NeuropsychologyComponent analysis of verbal versus spatial working memory training in adolescents with ADHD: A randomized, controlled trialGibson et al.Link to abstract

You can browse the full list of research papers on the Cogmed website here. Thank you for your interest in our work with ADHD/ADD. We will take a look at your submitted symptom checker and call you to discuss the next step forward.