Autism and ADHD assessments for adults
Whilst most autism and ADHD diagnoses are made in childhood, reaching adulthood with undiagnosed neurodevelopmental conditions is common. Autism and ADHD assessments in adulthood can open the doors to better understanding of the challenges you may be facing, and provide recommendations for support and/or treatment.
Our assessments are based on evidence based best practice and meet NICE guidelines. They are detailed and fully comprehensive, involving several components such as questionnaires, an in-person appointment, and a comprehensive report.
Assessments for children and young people
If you, your GP or your child’s teacher suspects that your child has autism spectrum conditions (ASC) or ADHD, an assessment may be indicated. Onebright can offer an assessment and will hopefully answer any questions you have.
A Onebright assessment is offered:
- If your child is aged between 7 and 18 years of age
- If you suspect that you or your child is likely to have an autistic spectrum conditions or ADHD
- If your GP or school or work may have suggested that this assessment would be helpful
Neurodiversity in the workplace
About 1 in 6 people in the mainstream UK population are thought to be neurodivergent.
Onebright offers fully integrated neurodevelopmental support for organisations. Our services include mental health training for line managers. This can be delivered onsite or remotely, and via our training apps on desktop and mobile devices. Our expert clinicians can also deliver mental health management through adapted Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for common mental health problems or neurodevelopmental traits.
How we can support your employees
Onebright can work with your organisation’s senior leaders in HR and occupational health to support and advise working with employees who have neurodevelopmental traits. Our NICE guidance delivered by expert clinicians offers assessments, treatment if required and mental health management. Our focus is on neurodiversity, and our psychiatric services include clinical assessments for formally diagnosing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adults and their children and Autism.