Addressing the

Symptoms of

Adult ADHD

Adult ADHD Assessment & Alternative Treatment

Inattention. Distractibility. Disorganization. Impulsiveness. Restlessness. These are just a few common symptoms of adult ADHD or ADD.

While popular culture may lead you to believe that ADHD is only a condition that affects kids, that is actually not the case. ADHD can be a serious issue for adults and, if left untreated, can lead to difficulties at work, depression, anxiety, relationship or marital problems, and even substance abuse.

Clients Who Complete Our Program Have Reported*

85%

experienced a noticeable
reduction of ADHD symptoms1

53%

no longer met symptomatic
thresholds of ADHD2

*Of those presenting with a “Clinical” status (T-score ≥ 70) on the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale. “Clinical” means the individual shows symptoms support a diagnosis of adult ADHD.
1Magnitude of improvement on the ASEBA DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale by at least the minimal clinically important difference (MCID), defined by ASEBA; in this case, the MCID is at least 3 points.
2Reduction of T-score by at least 1 point on the ASEBA DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale. **Above outcomes based on an analysis of results reported by 296 clients who completed Neurocore’s 30-session program. Individual results may vary. The percentages cited above are not claimed to represent typical results and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. This does not imply, and Neurocore makes no claims, that it can cure adult ADHD.

Our Med-Free* Adult ADHD Treatment

Neurocore helps children and adults tackle ADHD. Adults with ADHD have achieved improved concentration, better sleep, and greater productivity through our program. Many of these individuals often go their entire childhood undiagnosed — or misdiagnosed — and then as adults, wonder why they can’t seem to reach their maximum potential. We help these adults identify and break through the barriers that have been holding them back.

*If you take prescription medication, you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing use of such medications.

Symptoms of ADHD in Adults

While no two people with ADD/ADHD are exactly alike, below are some behaviors that may be more prevalent among adults:

  • Difficulties with structure and organization

    Whether it’s forgetting to pay bills, coming into work late, missing appointments, or needing constant reminders about due dates, etc., adults with ADHD tend to be very “scatterbrained.” They often have trouble sticking with a single task, and may bounce around from task to task, inhibiting productivity.

  • Struggling to relax or be still

    Some adults who suffer from ADHD may show the more traditional signs of hyperactivity, while others simply find it difficult to relax or “turn their brains off.” This could manifest as being easily distracted or fidgety.

  • Poor listening skills or trouble retaining information

    Has your mind ever trailed off during meetings or long conversations? Adults with ADHD experience this all the time! This could be a problem for you if you are frequently forgetting details of an assignment at work, forgetting information a friend or loved one told you, struggling to follow instructions or experiencing instances of miscommunication with peers.

  • Procrastination

    Just as children with ADHD have a hard time getting their homework done, adults afflicted with this condition seem unable to sit themselves down and focus enough to accomplish tasks and meet deadlines.“Job performance was always hard for me, especially if I wasn’t really interested in the job. I’d forget to do big things, and little things would take me forever to finish. When I could finish something, there were usually tons of mistakes because I’d put so much pressure on myself to be perfect that I’d freak out so much it became even harder to focus.” – Tracy Clayton, via BuzzFeed”

  • Hyper-focus

    While some adults with ADHD can seem sloppy at work, others seem to be paradoxically hardworking. This is due to the tendency to hyper-focus on a task once they are able to get themselves “in the zone.” While this may not seem like a bad thing at face value, hyper-focusing can make them unaware of their surroundings, unable to change direction as priorities or expectations shift, or neglectful of other tasks and commitments.

Neurocore’s Adult
ADHD Program

Our neurofeedback program uses brainwave mapping technology and reward-based behavioral therapy to improve the brain’s speed and connectivity to help reduce or eliminate the symptoms of ADHD.

Our program consists of thirty, 40-minute sessions that combines both neurofeedback and heart rate variability (HRV) training. After completing the program, we conduct a comprehensive reassessment to measure individual improvement.

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Testing for Adult ADHD

Neurocore offers a comprehensive brain assessment that goes beyond a symptoms or behaviors checklist. Adult ADHD symptoms can often be similar to the symptoms displayed if someone has anxiety, depression, or sleep issues, making a diagnosis challenging. We use qEEG brainwave mapping technology as well as clinically validated symptom rating scales and other diagnostic measures to better understand the complete picture.

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Testimonials

“I was seeking a way to not only better control my emotions but expand my focus in my meetings. I was also looking to reduce my anxiety when handling unexpected situations. In addition I was hoping to be able to stay on task.

I now can better control my emotions as well as see a reduction in my stress and anxiety. I also now am getting frustrated when I see others jump from task-to-task like I used to do.”

AnonymousSterling Heights Center, January 2018

“Pretty bad focus and attention issues, leading to a lot of stress in my life. Led to sleep issues and the like. My doctor brought Neurocore up as a possibility and I decided to go with it.

My outlook is definitely a lot more positive than before, and my diet and sleep schedule have benefited. Most importantly, though, my attention and focus have gotten much better. It’s not perfect yet, but there’s always room for improvement, and there’s a definite noticeable difference from before.”

AnonymousHolland Center, December 2017

“I was having trouble in college focusing and taking time out of my life to study. Although I have not yet started school again since I started the program, I feel a change in how I separate my schedule during the day. I also find myself planning ahead more.

My sleeping patterns have improved. They taught me techniques to fall asleep if I can’t. All of the ladies that did my weekly treatment were great,very friendly and efficient! I enjoyed coming every week!”

Amy C.Livonia Center, December 2017

The views expressed above are the personal views of the reviewer and are based on the reviewer’s experience with the completion of Neurocore’s 30-session program. Results will vary. Consumers should not expect to experience the same results.

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Neurocore makes no claims that it can cure any conditions, including any conditions referenced on its website or in print materials, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s and dementia.  If you take prescription medications for any of these conditions, you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing use of such medications.