ADHD diagnosis can’t be achieved with one single test but may require several assessments and the work of several licensed medical professionals. ADHD is a neurological disorder and so neurologists specializing in the brain and nervous system may be consulted. A neurological assessment is often, but not always, used as one of many ADHD diagnostic tools.
An ADHD neuropsychological assessment involves computer-based testing and questions and answers to evaluate the patient’s cognitive, behavioral, and executive functioning.
Read in this guide:
- Is ADHD a neurological disorder?
- Is there a neurological test for ADHD?
- What kind of doctor can diagnose ADHD?
- How does a neurologist diagnose ADHD?
- What is NEBA?