Re:Cognition Health Offers ADHD Diagnostic Tool Online
QBTest made accessible to all through online platform
QBTest is the latest and most accurate diagnostic test currently available to identify or rule out ADHD in people of all ages (from 6-60 years). This computerised FDA-approved test evaluates the symptoms through motion-tracking analysis of a uniquely designed performance task.
The test, which takes just 20 minutes to complete, is conducted on a computer using an infrared camera which tracks responses to specific tasks to analyse the three core symptoms of ADHD; activity, inattention and impulsivity.
The QBTest was previously only available in Re:Cognition Health’s London Clinic, however, in order to make this important test available widely throughout the pandemic and beyond, Re:Cognition Health is proud to now be providing this service via our online consultation platforms, together with a clinical assessment with an experienced ADHD consultant physicians. This online assessment service will enable individuals of all ages, from all of the country, to access the most accurate test alongside clinical expertise, from the comfort of their home.
In a recent randomised study published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, it was found that the QBTest increases the efficiency of the ADHD assessment pathway, enabling clinicians to reach diagnostic decisions more quickly, without compromising accuracy.
Diagnoses of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder, without hyperactivity) in children and adolescents are now the most common neuropsychiatric condition for these age groups. It is known to affect around 1 out of 20 children and adolescents worldwide and is the second most frequent medical condition in childhood, after asthma.
The team at Re:Cognition Health are passionate about providing an early diagnosis for any neurological condition affecting cognition and behavior, across all age groups. These conditions include ADHD, autism, depression, migraine, causes of dementia and symptoms arising from traumatic brain injury. The earlier the diagnosis the sooner appropriate treatment can be implemented and effective results achieved for the individual.
For further information on QBTest for children, adolescents and adults and to arrange a booking please contact firstname.lastname@example.org