Seeking medication for attention-related concerns:
You will need to provide a copy of a recent (within the past two years) psychological assessment report that contains quantitative data supporting a diagnosis of ADHD. Though any previous report is helpful, it is ideal for this evaluation to include:
- A comprehensive clinical interview outlining the history of attention difficulties
and the functional impact of these symptoms
- Appropriate* objective instrumentation measuring relevant areas of cognition, executive
functioning, and sustained attention and/or impulse control
- A formal diagnosis of ADHD
*The objective measures administered should be well-known, psychometrically-validated instruments used in the field to assess attention, executive functioning, and relevant aspects of cognition (e.g. working memory).
A single measure (e.g. a continuous performance test) is not sufficient; the evaluation should be comprehensive, and care should be taken to measure other domains that may better account for these issues, such as intellectual variables, sleep dysfunction, substance use, etc.
Interested in cognitive enhancement services:Please call us to schedule a free consultation with either Dr. Long or Dr. Gold to discuss enrollment in our cognitive enhancement services.
Interested in academic accommodations through OAS:
You will need to be scheduled for a Comprehensive Evaluation of Learning and Attention (Combined Battery).
If you are unsure of which services might be suit your needs, please ask to make a Mindfit Consultation with Dr. Long or Dr. Gold, and they will be happy to help you.
Comprehensive Assessment of Learning and Attention
This testing is appropriate for students who want to know whether their learning or attention difficulties may warrant a definitive diagnosis, and/or wish to pursue academic accommodations in the classroom. Testing is done over two half-days.
The cost for the comprehensive package is $500. All fees are non-refundable.
This testing is appropriate for students seeking medication for ADD/ADHD. Testing is done during a 3.5 hour block of time.
The cost for the ADHD Evaluation is $200. All fees are non-refundable.
Insurance is not billed for testing packages. Students should check with their insurance providers to ask about coverage for this type of testing and how to file a claim.
How to Sign up for Testing
Visit us at the Health and Education building in room 227 to fill out an assessment form. This takes most people between 20-30 minutes.
Before you leave, schedule with the front desk staff. Having your class schedule with you helps.
Receive your testing date and information from the front desk staff.