Getting your child evaluated for ADHD – What is JDC’s process?
  1. Complete two parent/caregiver NICHQ Vanderbilt Assessment forms – an assessment needs to be completed by each parent/caregiver individually, for a total of two.
  2. Have at least two of your child’s teachers complete an assessment form. If your child is in elementary school, ask a coach, babysitter, or another instructor to complete a form.
  3. Return all forms to JDC in person, by mail, or by sending through your child’s patient portal.
  4. Your child’s primary care provider will then review and score the forms. 
  5. A member of the staff will reach out to schedule an appointment; these are extended appointments with your child’s doctor, both caregivers when possible, and your child present.
Download the forms

ADHD Resources: 

Understanding ADHD

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) – Resources for better understanding ADHD, education and advocacy, and ways to get support - Parenting a child with ADHD

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