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Inattention. Distractibility. Disorganization. Impulsiveness. Restlessness. These are just a few common symptoms of adult ADHD or adult ADD.
While popular culture may cause 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.
DID YOU KNOW?
- 4.5% of U.S. adults have ADHD, according to the World Health Organization. (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)
- 8-10 million of these adults are undiagnosed. (adaa.org)
- 60% of children with ADHD in the U.S. become adults with ADHD, if that ADHD is left untreated. (adaa.org)
Neurocore helps children and adults tackle ADHD symptoms. Adults with ADHD have experienced improved concentration and better sleep after completing our program. Many of these individuals often go their entire childhoods undiagnosed — or misdiagnosed — and then as adults, wonder why they can’t seem to reach their potential. We help these adults identify and breakthrough the barriers that have been holding them back.
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 with it:
- 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.
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.
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 offers a comprehensive 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 a sleep issue, making diagnosis challenging. We use qEEG brainwave mapping technology as well as clinically validated symptom rating scales and other diagnostic measures to help create a more complete picture.
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.
Clients Who Complete Our Program
*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.
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 to < 65 on the ASEBA DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale, placing them within "Normal" status.
**Above outcomes based on completing 30 sessions.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"After 30 sessions of Neurocore my energy level is much improved! I am able to stay focused throughout the day and I less frequently 'crash' in the middle of the afternoon. With this support, I am able to better focus on work, extracurricular activities and my education."— Catherine C., 22-year-old client
"I have more energy; I feel more focused and productive. I can think clearer and feel more confident in my ability to focus on the task at hand"— Tamara K., 42-year-old client
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Neurocore may be covered by your insurance
Many insurance plans cover Neurocore’s services. We provide a FREE insurance consultation prior to the time of the initial neurological assessment to inform clients if and how much will be covered. You may be able to use your Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) for Neurocore services. for Neurocore services.
In Michigan, we are an in-network partner for Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) and Blue Care Network (BCN) and will directly bill your insurance for your convenience.
If you are not a BCBS or BCN member, your out-of-network insurance may provide coverage for our program.