NEBA is the first biological test cleared by the FDA to help clinicians evaluate ADHD. The FDA says this new test may help clinicians reach greater certainty. Clinicians perform NEBA in their office in about 15 – 20 minutes.
In regular evaluations, clinicians identify ADHD symptoms using interviews, questionnaires, and rating scales. After a NEBA clinician identifies ADHD symptoms, they add an extra step. They use NEBA. Your clinician uses the report to help answer the question: Is it ADHD, or something else?
Scott talks about how NEBA played a part in helping his 12 year old daughter turn her academics around and boost her self-esteem.
Gina talks about how her 10 year old daughter has anxiety and ADHD symptoms and how NEBA helped the clinician craft a treatment plan.
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