ADHD Tests and Treatment in Brighton and Plymouth, MI.
At McCaskill Family Services, we know ADHD.
We have extensive training directly from experts across the country and bring this to you. We have spent decades on the cutting edge of advancements in the field of ADHD. Dr. McCaskill is the professional advisor for the local chapter of ChADD, a national organization for research and treatment of ADHD in children and adults.
ADHD symptoms commonly include:
- Absent mindedness
However, depending on the age of person and their circumstances, any of these also can be symptoms of another disorder, such as a learning disability, anxiety or depression, if not identified correctly.
Get the Appropriate Tests for Your Child:
ADHD in children and adults is often unidentified or misdiagnosed.
Please do not rely solely on questionnaires administered by your physician. We conduct comprehensive evaluations in order to make sure that these symptoms are actually the result of the neurological condition ADHD ( rather than one of the various "mimicking" conditions). Treating symptoms that resemble ADHD when it is not ADHD can be harmful to you or your child.
Not treating ADHD, because you didn’t know you had it, is also harmful.
Just because you can pay attention, sit still and can organize your belongings does not mean that you do not have ADHD. If someone in your family has ADHD (or suspected ADHD), it is even more important to get an evaluation since ADHD is hereditary and runs in families. We will conduct a very thorough neuropsychological evaluation in order to determine if you have ADHD and we will tell you exactly what to do. We specialize in ADHD assessment and treatment (without medication, but can recommend when medication might be considered). If it is not ADHD, the evaluation will determine what is going on and provide you with a detailed plan on how to improve your situation.
We Can Help Your Child Get on the Road to Success:
If you or your child has been properly diagnosed with ADHD, we can help you to know what to do next.
Treatment for ADHD does not necessarily involve just medication or therapy. By meeting with one of our expert ADHD clinicians, we will work with you and your child to first teach you what pieces need to be in place and then how to get them in place. ADHD therapy involves working with you, your child’s teachers and your child to collaboratively develop intervention plans so that your child will excel in school, improve their behavior and reach their highest potential. To learn more about ADHD in the comfort of your home, consider registering for our webinar, "ABC's of ADHD".