Do I have Adult ADHD?

You don’t have to be hyperactive to have adhd

Adults and girls are often inattentive…

There are two types of ADHD:

Inattentive and Hyperactive

signs of inattentive ADHD

it’s not just laziness

  • Careless Mistakes / lacking attention to detail:
    Examples: overlooks or misses detail; work is inaccurate
  • Lacking sustained attention
    Examples: has difficulty remaining focused during class, conversations, or lengthy readings
  • Poor listening
    Example: mind seems elsewhere, even in the absence of obvious distractions
  • Not following through on tasks
    Example: starts tasks but quickly loses focus and is easily distracted
    Poor organizations
    Example: messy, disorganized work; poor time management; tends to miss deadlines
  • Avoids tasks requiring sustained mental effort
    Example: preparing reports, completing forms, reviewing lengthy papers
  • Losing things
    Examples: tools, wallets, keys, paperwork, glasses, phone
  • Easily distracted by extraneous thoughts
  • Forgetful in daily activities
    Example: returning calls, paying bills, keeping appointments

signs of hyperactive ADHD

  • Fidgeting/squirming
  • Leaving seat when remaining seated is expected- Example: leaves place in the office or other workplace setting or in other situations that require remaining seated
  • Excessive running/climbing, or feeling restless- Example: in adults, may be limited to feeling restless
  • Difficulty with quiet activities
  • “On the go”- Example: is unable to be or uncomfortable being still for an extended time, as in restaurants, meetings, etc; may be experienced by others as being restless and difficult to keep up with
  • Excessive talking
  • Blurting out answers- Example: completes people’s sentences and “jumps the gun” in conversations,
  • Inability to wait turn- Example: swiping credit card before machine is ready, rolling the dice prematurely during board games
  • Intrusive- Example: butts into conversations, games, or activities; may start using other people’s things without asking or receiving permission; adults may intrude into or take over what others are doing

3 easy steps

Step 1

Schedule a video appointment
We accept BCBS, BCN, and Aetna as in-network. We can bill most other insurances for out-of-network benefits. Click “schedule online” and use “General prescriber Intake”.

Step 2

Meet by video
Our prescribers are kind and compassionate. They will do a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation screening for anxiety, depression, and ADHD

Step 3

Treatment Planning
Your prescriber will work with you on a treatment plan that, based on your goals and symptoms, may include medication, specialized talk therapy, or both.

get help today

Call us (734) 707-1052 or use the form below to open a help ticket.

Ann Arbor Psych

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Ann Arbor, MI 48104


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