Qbtech and ADHD news and insights

Department for Education does not fully recognise ADHD as SEN, the Tes SEN Show does.

Latest government figures show an increase in the number of children and young people identified as having SEN, for the first time since 2010. The so called ‘Statistical First Release’ (SFR).

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Adolescents can outgrow ADHD criteria, yet remain impaired

The Society for Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics (SDBP) hosted their 2018 Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California on September 14th - 17th, highlighting new scientific and clinical information..

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ADHD in Girls: What You Should Know

Girls with ADHD are easily missed, not only by teachers and parents but by qualified professionals as well. For many years, people believed that ADHD was a condition experienced solely by boys and.

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ADHD assessment - clinicians views on complexities and possibilities

This month, Qbtech is launching a series to advance awareness of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the complexities that often occur alongside ADHD assessments as well as.

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5 conditions not to mistake for ADHD

“Where should I go to have my son evaluated for ADHD?” seems to be a straightforward question, but it is not. This parent believes, rightly or wrongly, that ADHD may be the reason behind the.

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ADHD care transformed - Independent evaluation

The management of ADHD is highly associated with substantial fiscal burden. In England and Wales, for example, children with ADHD place a significant cost on health, social and education services,.

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Breakthrough study in ADHD: QbTest transforms care

The landmark AQUA-trial has now been published[1]: the first independent randomised controlled trial (RCT) demonstrating that QbTest can increase the speed and efficiency of diagnostic decision.

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Identification of ADHD: Help pupils to reach their potential

 School leaders across England have recently raised concerns that the current school system prevents some pupils from reaching their potential and 68%[1] of them indicated a serious lack of.

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Adult ADHD: From limitations to opportunities for psychiatrists

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was for many years considered to be a disorder limited to childhood, but much progress has been made. In 2013, for example, key changes for adult.

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Now available in the Netherlands - World’s First Online ADHD Test

By harnessing breakthrough facial recognition technology Qbtech, world leaders in objective testing, have made it possible for more Dutch professionals to identify, diagnose and optimise treatment.

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