Dual ADHD/autism assessment for Bupa members

You can access a high-quality dual ADHD/autism assessment using your Bupa policy. We can offer you and/or your child the highest quality assessments and support, ensuring that your journey towards understanding and managing ADHD and autism is seamless and well supported.

Explore how our Bupa dual assessments provide a pathway to accurate diagnosis, thoughtful treatment plans, and ongoing support.

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How a Onebright dual assessment works

Onebright’s specialist assessment team will need to understand your neurodevelopmental makeup and needs by conducting a thorough, expert assessment to ascertain if you have autism and/or ADHD.

Step 1

Onebright’s screening process, led by a consultant clinical psychologist, enable recommendation to full diagnostic assessment, if screening is indicative of neurodiverse differences. If you think that you or your child may have ADHD or autism, our screening process will give clarity and insight.

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Step 2

Information will be gathered to understand your behaviour in family, social, and educational or occupational settings. For adults this will include information about your behaviour in your childhood. We ask your child’s school to fill in a report form and an online screening questionnaire, so we can understand their behaviour in different social settings. It helps our clinical team with their assessment and to understand your child’s strengths and needs better.

Step 3

The diagnostic assessment is carried out by either a clinical psychologist or psychiatrist, who are experts in identifying ADHD and autism in adults. During the appointment, they will carry out a thorough clinical interview using the MIGDAS-2, DIVA-5, which covers questions about how your symptoms or traits are impacting on your life at home and at work, your relationships, plus what you were like as a child. They will compile all the information that has been gathered during and prior to the assessment and consider this against the DSM-5 criteria to determine whether you do, or don’t, meet the threshold for a diagnosis of ADHD and/or autism. The outcome will be explained to you on the day, along with recommendations for adjustments at home and work as well as support options available to you.

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Step 4

You will receive a full comprehensive diagnostic report, with clear outcomes and easy to understand recommendations.

Following the assessment, we will provide you with a comprehensive report giving a full breakdown of the assessment and our findings. The assessment outcome will be clear and easy to understand. It will include both our recommendations and helpful signposting for post-diagnostic support. It will also outline treatment options, these are not covered under your Bupa policy, so would need to be self funded.

Step 5

Our expert team will guide you on what self funded support options are available.

If the results of the assessment indicate that you have ADHD or autism, we will go through all the relevant support options with you (these are not covered under your Bupa policy). This usually looks like a ‘menu’ of possibilities (including medication and therapeutic options) and we’ll help you select those you feel would work best for you. If you choose to opt for medication to treat your symptoms, a specialist prescriber will assess your suitability for treatment, carry out some routine tests and, if appropriate, initiate a treatment plan for you. After your first prescription, you will be asked to have regular reviews with your prescriber who will monitor the efficacy of the medication and any side effects you might have. When you and your clinician feel that the treatment is working and a stable dose has been reached, we will make a referral to your local NHS ADHD service or GP, who will take over the management of the prescriptions and routine monitoring.

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Dual assessments

Autism and ADHD regularly co-exist. Many adults choose a dual assessment where both areas are considered alongside one another. Our comprehensive assessments are provided by our experienced clinical team who understand how Autism and ADHD can present together and the unique strengths and challenges that this can bring.

Our clinical team are experts in both Autism and ADHD, and will seek to understand the steps you need to put in place to manage your needs. All our clinicians have undergone further training in this area, and our online assessments (if clinically appropriate) make accessing this assessment a straightforward and convenient process for you.

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"I was made to feel at ease straight away. I came away feeling well informed and I now have a plan moving forward with my condition."
"As a parent, it gave me the reassurance that my daughter will grow up knowing how her mind works."
"Fantastic experience. I would highly recommend. The staff were incredibly friendly, patient and always professional."

Book a consultation today

Get started by completing the form below or call 020 3148 7782.
Onebright dedicated Bupa client team are available Monday to Friday between 9am-6pm (excluding bank holidays).
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Want to know more about how we can help?

Onebright is a specialist provider of neurodevelopmental assessments and interventions. We have partnered with Bupa to provide this service to their members.
Alongside our autism assessments for adults and children and ADHD assessments for adults and children, we also offer a combined pathway that will tell you if you have either autism or ADHD. These combined screening assessments bring our experts together to complete an all round neurodevelopmental assessment of you.
More than half of all individuals who have been diagnosed with autism also have signs of ADHD. In fact, ADHD is the most common coexisting condition in children with autism.