ADHD for Adults





ADHD is a developmental condition defined by inattention (inability to concentrate), hyperactivity (inability to keep still) and impulsiveness (acting without thinking). Behaviours such as aggression, anger and defiance do not suggest ADHD.

For more information on ADHD symptoms and diagnosis, head to the following websites:




Referral for Assessment

If you are over 18, think you may have ADHD and would like a referral for an assessment, you will need to follow the instructions on the Psychiatry UK website:


Once we have received the required documents, we will send the referral with a brief medical summary to Psychiatry UK who will process the referral and send you an appointment for an assessment in due course.

Wait time: Psychiatry UK temporarily paused new referrals, however this has now reopened. Please see their website for up to date wait times.

Please note: You will need to have completed and provided us with both the ASRS form and the Right to Choose letter before we can begin to process an assessment referral. These can be downloaded from the Psychiatry UK website, and then either handed in at reception or sent to us via the form below.


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