Find out if you have ADHD and get diagnosed
Step 1 – Take our free ADHD test and take the first steps to getting a diagnosis and starting a treatment plan
Virtual appointments offered in the comfort of your own home
ADHD Diagnostic Assessment - Virtual
$349 one time fee
- Urgent Assessments available
- Includes your treatment plan
- Report sent to you within 7 days
One to one and 8 week group
- Masters Degree Level Therapists
- Specialized ADHD Therapy and Coaching
- One to One
- ADHD Groups
- Covered by Extended Health Insurance
Virtual ADHD Diagnosis and Assessment Steps
1. Take The Free Self Assessment
Take the Self Assessment Quiz to determine if you are experiencing significant ADHD symptoms and if a formal assessment is recommended. Click here for Free ADHD Quiz
2. Get A Thorough Diagnostic Assessment
Book an appointment with with one of our ADHD Nurse Practitioners who are specially trained in diagnosing ADHD and mental health conditions
3. Fill out online ADHD Medical Assessment Forms
These are part of the assessment process and used to gather important information about you, your experiences, and your medical history so that we can prepare for the virtual appointment with you.
4. Attend ADHD Virtual Assessment Appointment
You will meet with your clinician virtually through telehealth simply by clicking the link in the email sent to you 30 minutes prior to your appointment through our Jane app booking system.
Sometimes a second appointment is needed which will be offered at no extra cost.
5. Receive Diagnosis Results
At the end of your assessment, your clinician will share the assessment results and discuss treatment options (if diagnosed) which will include a multi-modal approach. This may include medication, ADHD coaching and therapy, Diet and Lifestyle suggestions, and ADHD group support.
You will receive your Assessment report within 5-7 days which will include your diagnosis (if indicated), the results of the questionnaires and rating scales, treatment options and recommendations, and a referral to a medical clinic for medication prescribing and management.
FAQs - ADHD Assessment
Once I complete the ADHD free quiz, how do I get started with an ADHD Assessment?
- If your quiz results in significant ADHD symptoms, you can click the “book now” button to book your appointment in our Jane App booking system. Or you can click the “Learn More” button to read through the Assessment Steps before booking your appointment.
- Once your appointment is booked, you will receive an email from Jane app asking you to complete the ADHD questionnaires and Intake form.
On the day of your appointment:
- Jane App will send you the virtual health link 30 minutes before your assessment appointment.
Simply click the link and login to your Jane account.
- Make sure you have a private space and high speed internet
- Once you login, your clinician will be waiting for you.
- Your appointment will take about 40 minutes. Occasionally, more time is needed and a second appointment will be booked to complete the assessment. The second appointment will be offered to you at no extra cost.
How much does a diagnostic assessment cost at West Coast Adult ADHD?
We provide a comprehensive mental health screening along with the ADHD assessment for a one time fee of $349 plus GST. All of our clinicians are specially trained in diagnosing ADHD and mental health conditions so that you receive the highest quality care through our clinic.
Do you prescribe medication?
Our clinic is in the process of getting set up for this service, but in the meantime we refer out to a few different medical clinics for prescribing and medication management.
How long is the process until I receive my assessment report?
Once you book your appointment you should receive your report within about 5 days.
What do I need to do to prepare for my Assessment appointment?
The only thing you need to do is complete the intake form and questionnaires on the
day you book your appointment as we need to prepare well ahead of your assessment
appointment. (takes about 45 minutes)
Who conducts the assessment appointment?
One of our nurse practitioners will meet with you virtually to do conduct the assessment
appointment. All of our nurse practitioners are specially trained in assessing and
diagnosing ADHD and have extensive experience working in mental health and primary
Your care team works behind the scenes and is made up of ADHD clinicians, nurse
practitioners, licensed practical nurses, therapists, registered social workers,
occupational therapists, and registered clinical counselors.
What happens after I am diagnosed with ADHD?
Your clinician will recommend next steps for treatment which will be informed by best practices and a multimodal approach to ADHD treatment. The recommendations will be outlined in your assessment report. This may include recommendations for ADHD medication, ADHD therapy or coaching, ADHD Group, support groups, or diet and lifestyle changes.
Which practices does West Coast Adult ADHD follow for diagnosing ADHD?
We follow the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines as outlined here:
Who can give a medical diagnosis in Canada?
When seeking an evaluation or treatment for ADHD, it is important to see a qualified, licensed healthcare professional. This includes: A psychiatrist, pediatrician, nurse practitioner, doctor, or psychologist.