QbCheck gives healthcare and school professionals objective data to add to their assessment of the three core symptoms of ADHD;
The data helps informed decision making when referring, diagnosing, treating and monitoring ADHD in test takers 6-60 years old.
To get an objective view of the symptoms, it is important to evaluate an individual in the correct context. In QbCheck this is achieved by comparing the test taker's symptoms to the performance of groups of people of the same age and gender, with and without ADHD respectively.
A QbCheck takes 15 or 20 minutes to perform depending on the test takers age. The administrator and test taker are guided with images, text and videos on how to prepare for the test and given all test instructions needed.