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Comprehensive ADHD Assessments for Children 6 to 18 With QbCheck in Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, and Queen Creek

At Three Arrows Mental Health, we specialize in comprehensive ADHD assessments for children and adolescents aged 6 to 18 using QbCheck, a leading-edge diagnostic tool. Serving families in Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, and Queen Creek, our approach combines advanced technology with personalized care, ensuring each child receives a thorough and accurate ADHD evaluation. QbCheck allows us to objectively assess ADHD symptoms in a comfortable setting, supporting our commitment to delivering tailored, effective treatment plans for the unique needs of each young patient.

Innovative ADHD Testing with QbCheck

At Three Arrows Mental Health, we understand the complexities of ADHD and the challenges it presents for individuals and families. Our approach to ADHD assessment and diagnosis is anchored in innovation and precision, emphasizing each patient's unique needs. With the introduction of QbCheck, we are proud to offer a cutting-edge, remote ADHD assessment tool, making it easier for families in Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, and Queen Creek to access quality care.

What is QbCheck?

QbCheck is a revolutionary telehealth tool designed to assess ADHD symptoms objectively. Utilizing a simple webcam setup, QbCheck allows for convenient and accurate testing from the comfort of your home or office. This state-of-the-art technology measures attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, providing an objective overview of ADHD symptoms. By integrating QbCheck into our assessment process, we offer a more comprehensive understanding of each individual's ADHD profile, aiding in more targeted and effective treatment planning.

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The QbCheck Process and What to Expect

At Three Arrows Mental Health, we actively ensure that our QbCheck assessment process is thorough and straightforward, aiming to provide every patient with an accurate and comprehensive evaluation of their ADHD symptoms. This process consists of several key steps, from initial preparation to receiving the final results.

Preparing for Your QbCheck Assessment

We recommend specific preparations to achieve the most accurate results from your QbCheck assessment. Firstly, a good night's sleep before the test is crucial as fatigue can impact concentration and performance. If you are taking ADHD medication, it's important to follow your regular medication schedule unless instructed otherwise by your healthcare provider. This consistency helps in accurately assessing the medication's effectiveness. Additionally, avoiding excessive caffeine on the test day can minimize any potential impact on your ability to focus during the assessment. These simple but significant steps help set the stage for a successful QbCheck experience.

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Integrating QbCheck with Personalized ADHD Care

At Three Arrows Mental Health, QbCheck is more than just an assessment tool; it's an integral part of our personalized ADHD care approach. We understand that ADHD manifests uniquely in each individual, and a one-size-fits-all strategy is impractical. We combine QbCheck's precise attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity measurements with a detailed clinical history and other assessment tools for a comprehensive evaluation. This thorough approach ensures a holistic understanding of each patient's ADHD, allowing customized treatment plans that address specific needs and challenges

Referrals and Professional Collaborations

For Clinicians: Referring Patients to Three Arrows Mental Health

Three Arrows Mental Health values collaboration with fellow clinicians and offers a streamlined referral process for patients requiring specialized ADHD assessments and care. By referring to us, clinicians can ensure their patients access our comprehensive ADHD services, including the innovative QbCheck assessment.

 

We have designed the referral process at Three Arrows Mental Health to be straightforward and efficient, ensuring it prioritizes patient care and facilitates effective communication between providers. We aim to establish a collaborative environment that benefits the referring clinicians and their patients, fostering a community of care centered around effective ADHD management. Clinicians are encouraged to contact us directly for detailed information on the referral process and associated benefits.

Understanding Your QbCheck Results

Interpreting the results of your QbCheck assessment is a critical step in your ADHD care journey. The data from QbCheck provides an objective measure of ADHD symptoms, but it's just one piece of the puzzle. Our skilled Three Arrows Mental Health clinicians analyze these results with other assessment information, such as behavioral observations and personal history. This integration of data allows for a nuanced understanding of your or your child's ADHD, forming the foundation for an effective, tailored treatment strategy.

Frequently Asked Questions About ADHD and QbCheck

  • How do I schedule a first appointment? How can I be sure that we are a good fit?
    Simply click on the “Book Now” box after you click on this, you will be directed to the secure HIPAA compliant site to get scheduled. Once you send in the request and is it approved, the proper initial paperwork will be sent to you to fill out before your first appt. If you have any further concerns about us being a good fit, we can complete a brief phone call to address those concerns.
  • What can I expect from my appointments?
    Typically you will meet the provider the first time in person, and this longer appointment (between 60-80 mins), will allow the provider to obtain a thorough assessment and evaluate the current concerns. If medication is recommended, it will be prescribed and if further therapy is recommended, you will be given referrals. If medication is prescribed after the initial appointment, you will typically see the provider every 2-4 weeks until medication is stabilized then up to once every 3 months. At each appointment, the need for medication and efficacy will be assessed. Appointments can be done in person or via telehealth for the future appointments.
  • What kind of medication will be prescribed and do you treat substance abuse or eating disorders?
    There are a variety of medications that the provider may use to treat different symptoms, however this practice does not prescribe Benzodiazepines include Valium (diazepam), Xanax (alprazolam), Ativan (lorazepam), Klonopin (clonazepam), Restoril (temazepam), etc. This practice does not prescribe opioid use disorders or substance abuse treatment of any kind. This practice does not provider severe eating disorder treatment.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    Yes, we currently are contracted with UHC-Optum. Three Arrows Mental Health is in the process of working with multiple insurance companies to be in network with them. Currently, this practice does accept self pay or the use of a qualified HSA.
  • Do you provide crisis care?
    Three Arrows Mental Health provides comprehensive care and medication management, however, we are not able to offer 24 hour crisis care. If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or others, or think you may have an emergency—call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. Or please call the crisis number 24 hour crisis number 602-222-9444.
  • How is my privacy protected?
    All appointments are conducted via the secure, HIPAA compliant telehealth platform Advanced MD. All of your documents, diagnosis and treatment plans are confidential.
  • Custody issues?
    If there is custody agreement for a child, the proper guardianship documentation must be on file before the appointment. If there is shared custody, both custodians must consent to care. This practice does not do evaluations for court ordered treatment, SMI, custody disputes or divorce court.

Seasonal Awareness and Local Focus in ADHD Care

Understanding the seasonal patterns in ADHD symptoms and assessments is crucial for effective management and treatment. In regions like Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, and Queen Creek, varying seasonal factors can influence ADHD manifestations. For instance, during the back-to-school period, there may be a spike in ADHD assessments as parents and teachers observe children's behaviors in structured environments. Recognizing these patterns allows us at Three Arrows Mental Health to tailor our approach, ensuring that our community receives timely and appropriate care.

Contact Us

If you're looking to explore ADHD assessments for yourself or a loved one or have any questions about our services, don't hesitate to contact us at Three Arrows Mental Health. We are committed to providing specialized care and support tailored to your needs. To schedule an assessment or for more information, please contact us at (623) 288-2651 or contact@3arrowsmentalhealth.com. Our team is ready to assist you in taking the first step towards understanding and managing ADHD.

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