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    Rethinking ADHD

ADHD management needs shaking up

ADHD was first diagnosed in the 1960s.
The process of diagnosing it has seen little change since then - many clinicians still rely solely on subjective information...

All that is changing, for good...

We’re adding objective data to accurately measure core ADHD symptoms: inattention, activity levels, and impulsivity. We’re using this data to inform ADHD diagnosis and treatment.

Our mission is to give every clinician the tools to see each case more clearly; to have more confidence to rule in or rule out ADHD
ADHD Tests

ADHD Tests

Take a closer look at our award-winning ADHD tests for healthcare professionals

ADHD & Me

ADHD & Me

Resources, knowledge, and expert opinion on ADHD treatments, related conditions, and symptom checks

About Qbtech

About Qbtech

Discover our history and why we're passionate about changing the way ADHD is managed

Treatment

Treatment

ADHD treatment is always changing. We take a close look to discover what works
Related Conditions

Related Conditions

Explore some commonly associated conditions and their impact on ADHD

Award-winning ADHD Tests

Qbtech gives you, the healthcare professional, objective data to inform your decision about ruling in or ruling out ADHD.
It's time for a closer inspection. Discover these award-winning ADHD tests.
QbCheck

QbCheck

The objective ADHD test, run from your own PC or Mac* 

*Your PC or Mac must meet the minimum specification requirements

QbTest

QbTest

Our most advanced ADHD management system

Blogs

The most up-to-date thinking on ADHD from research, diagnosis to treatment and management

13 Dec

An ADHD Christmas – Jingle bell or jingle hell?

Christmas is just around the corner and for many of us will be a time of fun and spending time with loved ones. Yet, it can also bring varying pressures...

12 Dec

Getting started with Mindfulness

To inform us about the practical aspects of mindfulness and how it could help with ADHD, psychotherapist and mindfulness coach Stacey Camacho provided us with...

02 Dec

Time to clock off – ADHD in the workplace

We’ve all been there; sitting at your work desk, watching the clock slowly hitting 3 pm. It’s a Friday and all you can think about is the weekend. Our mind is...