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The ADD ADHD Quick Test

The ADD ADHD Quick Test...

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If you are concerned about your child's behaviour you can get a better understanding of the typical behaviours associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Spectrum by consulting an ADD ADHD quick test.

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The ADD/ADHD quick test is designed to provide insight into the typical ADHD behaviours, but is not intended to diagnose a child with ADHD.

ADHD testing requires an experienced professional health care provider and incorporates a number of in-depth tests.

But the ADD/ADHD quick test can identify 'red flags' in regards to your child's behaviour and may encourage you to seek further medical help.

Defining ADHD

ADHD is a condition in which children have difficulty concentrating, paying attention and staying focused.

An ADD/ADHD quick test takes into account the behaviours associated with the three categories within the ADHD spectrum, which are...

  • ADHD Predominantly Inattentive Type
  • ADHD Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Type
  • ADHD Predominantly Combined Type

Interpreting The ADD/ADHD Quick Test

When considering the behaviours listed in the ADD/ADHD quick test it is important to note that typical ADHD behaviours appear in a child by the age of seven, and the behaviours have been present for more than six months.

ADHD behaviours are also considered extreme, to the point where they cannot be ignored. The behaviour should be considered socially unacceptable and age-inappropriate.

These behaviours should also affect a child in more than one setting... such as at school and at home.

ADHD Hyperactive Behaviours

The ADD/ADHD quick test for hyperactive behaviours questions how your child moves...
  • Is constantly 'on the go'
  • Talks excessively
  • Is unable to stand still or sit still without fidgeting
  • Often gets out of their seat when they are supposed to stay seated
  • Dislikes, and finds it hard to do quiet activities.

ADHD Impulsive Behaviours

The ADD/ADHD quick test for impulsive behaviours examines how your child behaves...
  • Can't wait their turn and has difficulty sharing
  • Interrupts other's conversations and disrupts other children's games
  • Blurts out answers to questions before it is appropriate
  • Has no restrain when showing their emotions, and is unable to control their emotions
  • Acts without thinking of the consequences, such as running into the street or jumping off a dangerous incline.

ADHD Inattentive Behaviours

The ADD/ADHD quick test for inattentive behaviours examines how your child concentrates....
  • Can't maintain the attention needed to complete a task
  • Appears not to be listening when being spoken to
  • Can't follow instructions
  • Is easily distracted by their surroundings
  • Misplaces or loses their personal belongings
  • Is unorganized
  • Makes careless mistakes.

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