Payment and insurance
Services at the ADHD Center of West Michigan are not covered by insurance. We are happy to discuss any further questions you have about fees and payment options during your free initial consultation.
ASSESSMENTS OF ADHD AND RELATED DISORDERS
Is it ADHD? Or something else?
Many of us go through life without an accurate picture of what’s happening in our brain. If we take the time to understand what’s going on, we can do something about it.
The ADHD Center of West Michigan offers comprehensive assessments to help you know where to start and offer direction in navigating the complex world of ADHD.
Our diagnosing professionals will provide an assessment to screen and interview you (or your loved one) for a wide range of mental health issues. Once the screening is complete, we’ll walk through the diagnosis together so you can better understand your experiences. We’ll also provide a comprehensive diagnostic report you can use to receive treatment and other services.
This 2-hour assessment includes:
- A diagnostic interview
- Confirmation of diagnosis using validated screening tools
- Education regarding your specific diagnosis—we’ll walk through it together so you can better understand your brain and your experiences
- A full report of your diagnosis that includes clear guidance on next steps
- Time to answer any questions you have
– QBcheck (12 and older): QBcheck is a web-based quantitative measure of symptoms associated with ADHD and related disorders. It provides an in-depth look into various aspects of attention and generates a clinical report which will be reviewed by your provider before you meet. This at-home test takes about an hour to complete from start to finish. If you are unable to complete the test at home before your assessment, please contact us to schedule to take this in our office before your assessment.
We’ll first conduct an introductory call to ensure this service is right for you. If it is, the next step is a comprehensive speech language evaluation to provide information related to strengths and weaknesses in a variety of language domains. This evaluation can stand alone or be combined with a neuropsychological evaluation. Our speech-language pathologist can then diagnose articulation/phonological disorders, language processing disorders, receptive/expressive language deficits, executive functioning disorders, dyslexia, autism and social pragmatic language disorders.
We’ll walk through the results together and provide a comprehensive diagnostic report you can use to receive treatment and other services. We’ll also provide clear guidance on next steps and are happy to answer any questions you have along the way.
- Introductory call
- 2-hour evaluation that includes a questionnaire and a variety of tests
- A detailed report is generated
- 1-hour meeting to review results and answer questions