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Questionnaire: Does Your Child Have ADHD?

By: Sarah Edwards - Updated: 17 Oct 2018 | comments*Discuss
 
Adhd Attention Hyperactivity Disorder

If you think that your child might be suffering from a particular condition, but has yet to be diagnosed, it is worthwhile speaking to other parents, and researching the behaviour that your child is displaying. Self diagnosis is not recommended, but this website is full of information and advice that might help you to get the help you need for you and your family to manage a situation.

Try looking at these questions below to see if any of the character, personality and behaviour traits relate to your child. It might be the first step in the right direction if you think you need some help and advice. If you have a partner or someone else who is actively involved in caring for your child, it might be a good idea to ask them to complete the questionnaire as well, so that you get a well rounded response to the questions and can build up a true picture of your situation.

Contact your child’s teacher, SENCO, GP or other professionals for further help and advice, as they will be able to tailor their help and treatment to your individual child and their specific needs.

Does your child appear to have poor concentration or low levels of concentration and attention?

YES/NO

Does your child sometimes have a tendency to be easily distracted at school and home?

YES/NO

Does your child display restless and fidgety behaviour, on a regular basis?

YES/NO

Does your child have difficulty sitting down, or remaining still when told to do so?

YES/NO

Does your child have difficulty following instructions, and appear to get confused easily?

YES/NO

Does your child find it difficult to wait their turn in a group situation?

YES/NO

Does your child have a tendency to interrupt others when they are talking and talk over them?

YES/NO

Does your child have difficulty playing quietly?

YES/NO

Does your child often move from one incomplete activity to another, and get bored easily?

YES/NO

Does your child appear to have little or no sense of danger, and take part in potentially dangerous activities without seeming to think about the consequences of their actions?

YES/NO

When you have completed the questionnaire, observe your child’s behaviour closely to see if you have missed anything. On this site you will find a wealth of information written by experts in child behaviour. You will have access to case studies and information about how to get help and further advice to help you and your child.

If you can answer yes to most of the questions above then it might be worth consulting your doctor and other health care professionals. It is also a good idea to talk to your child’s teachers. Even if you have answered yes to some of the questions, it would still be a good idea to seek some professional advice.

Impulsive Actions

Remember that children with ADHD also sometimes act impulsively and seem to have little or no control over their actions and speech at times.

Different children...different symptoms...different treatments

Different children who have ADHD display different symptoms. The problems caused by ADHD can have a very negative effect on a child’s life, and can affect the ability of a child to learn, and impact upon their self-esteem. Although there is no sure, ADHD can be managed and treated using a variety of methods, and even a change in diet can have a positive impact.

If you can answer yes to most of the questions above then it might be worth consulting your doctor and other health care professionals. It is also a good idea to talk to your child’s teachers. Even if you have answered yes to some of the questions, it would still be a good idea to seek some professional advice.

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Hi I am also having some problems with my 12 year old son,he gets proper bullied everyday..to the point that they are shouting verbal abuse at us (his parents)..So I had to take him out school..he has severe Dislexia and has global learning difficulties he doesn’t have any friends,he’s not a bad lad he will do anything fir anybody at times..but he gets very easily led and before you he’s been stealing Alcohol for older guys who hes scared off..
Weemow42 - 17-Oct-18 @ 2:17 AM
My daughter 9 in November has started to make cat miauwing. It is quite an annoying sound. I also feel it actually says something like I am bored or I want attention.....ANy help, suggestions! One ergotherapist she might be hyper and hypo sensitive; However they never put a title on her behaviour. This cat sound started recenltly and so no therapist of any sort has seen it!
clarina - 2-Oct-18 @ 12:46 PM
My daughter is angry and shouting and changing clothes all the time what happened she is only 9
Maryam - 31-Aug-18 @ 7:30 PM
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Maryam - 31-Aug-18 @ 7:28 PM
Hi, was wondering if you could help me out please. My daughters 12yrs old, for the past 2 years she’s had on & off mood swings where there driving me mad!! She’s perfectly fine with other members of the family and being at school they can’t find any problems and say she’s golden! Otherwise at home, she doesn’t listen, she’s constantly vile to her 6yr old sister & 2 yr old brother. Always tapping them for no reason and making horrible comments to them, anything there playing with etc she’ll go over and ruin it for them. Everything has to be her way and if it’s not she goes crazy!! I’ve noticed things like her shoe laces have to be equal when doing them up, when brushing her teeth no ones allowed near the bathroom, when eating with a fork she had to make sure the fork is straight! I’ve got to the point where I can’t tske no more, when she wants to be loving she’s lovely and kind but that rarely happens! I’m telling her off for things and she’s hitting me, my partner (not her dad) tells her what she’s doing is wrong and she even hits & pushes him too. I’ve taken her to the doctors and they don’t listen! So she’s going bk to see another doctor that deals with this kind of stuff but any info about this I’d be very grateful. Thank you.
Gem - 30-Aug-18 @ 6:59 PM
Hi all my stepson is 12 years old he lives with myself and his dad and his 2 brothers we have been told he has dispraxia but hasn't been officially diagnosed yet. My concerns are he's just so naughty at home and at his moms but at school everyone loves him he's golden never has a bad word said about him. At home it's a completely different story he hits and punches and bites his younger brothers he's very hateful towards everyone and everything. He will be your best friend until you have to say no or punish him for being naughty it's got to the point where me his dad and his mom cannot cope he's threatening to stab us to jump out of bedroom windows it's just out of control he has 7 younger brothers and none of them act out like this. We've taken him for tests and doctors and they're saying he's ok I'm at a loss please help
Kiki - 16-Aug-18 @ 3:10 PM
Debs2808 - Your Question:
Hi my daughter is 7 years old and has very little attention and focus. Her teacher commented on it through the year and said she just never listens and is constantly in a world of her own. I could remind her every day for a year to flush the toilet and wash her hands but she still wont do it or any other daily tasks that to most people are habit. She does well at art and literacy but really struggles with numeracy or strategies. She has always been a daydreamer but lost her father in a car accident almost 2 years ago so I dont know if it is linked to this or a condition such as add which is getting worse as she gets older. I would feel awful if ive been disciplining her for not listening when maybe she can't help it! I would be really grateful for any thoughts or suggestions, Debbie.

Our Response:
Talk to the school, ifthey've noticed they daydreaming they may know if it's related to a disorder and if they don't, they will know who to refer you to. Your GP should also be able to help.
KidsBehaviour - 13-Aug-18 @ 11:54 AM
Hi my daughter is 7 years old and has very little attention and focus. Her teacher commented on it through the year and said she just never listens and is constantly in a world of her own. I could remind her every day for a year to flush the toilet and wash her hands but she still wont do it or any other daily tasks that to most people are habit. She does well at art and literacy but really struggles with numeracy or strategies. She has always been a daydreamer but lost her father in a car accident almost 2 years ago so i dont know if it is linked to this or a condition such as add which is getting worse as she gets older. I would feel awful if ive beendisciplining her for not listening when maybe she can't help it! I would be really grateful for any thoughts or suggestions, Debbie.
Debs2808 - 11-Aug-18 @ 9:32 PM
Scit - Your Question:
Hi there. My son is 18. He's not great socially, struggles to go in to shops on his own, has low self esteem and confidence. I try to positive with him all the time and tell him he's good at things, and that he can do things but he'll try to disagree and refuses to believe it. He gets quite anxious. He's just started a new job and often thinks that other colleagues/teens his age are talking about him in a negative light. Then when I ask him what they said, it's not actually negative at all and he has taken it out of context. Nearly like a paranoia. He has also started to run inside the house, often also late at night. It's quite random and impulsive but it seems to be when he is most stressed or when getting ready to go to work. Any advice? He himself thinks there's something wrong with him. I have tried to reassure him that there's not but with the running in the house of recent, now I'm not so sure. We talk regulalry and I try to help him. He is seeing a consultant later this month so I'm hoping to also get some ideas then. Many thanks.

Our Response:
It could be anything from anxiety to a mental illness. You have done the right thing by talking openly about it, and making an appointment with the consultant. Keep talking and reassuring him in the meantime. The NHS has produced a guide to "self-help" with social anxiety here
KidsBehaviour - 7-Aug-18 @ 11:51 AM
Hi there. My son is 18. He's not great socially, struggles to go in to shops on his own, has low self esteem and confidence. I try to positive with him all the time and tell him he's good at things, and that he can do things but he'll try to disagree and refuses to believe it. He gets quite anxious. He's just started a new job and often thinks that other colleagues/teens his age are talking about him in a negative light. Then when I ask him what they said, it's not actually negative at all and he has taken it out of context. Nearly like a paranoia. He has also started to run inside the house, often also late at night. It's quite random and impulsive but it seems to be when he is most stressed or when getting ready to go to work. Any advice? He himself thinks there's something wrong with him. I have tried to reassure him that there's not but with the running in the house of recent, now I'm not so sure. We talk regulalry and I try to help him. He is seeing a consultant later this month so I'm hoping to also get some ideas then. Many thanks.
Scit - 5-Aug-18 @ 12:30 PM
Hi my middle sone is soon to be 6years old and i have notice quite alot of these questions you have asked in his behaviour, his old school tried saying it was attachment disorded but his behaviour doesnt tally to any of the symptoms to that, they thought at one point he may have disphaxia as he gets confused easily and struggles with some things at school however he has now moved schools and is still in his shy mode but does get hyperactive and is very clumsy too
Ami87 - 26-Jul-18 @ 9:43 PM
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Trix - 19-Jul-18 @ 11:05 PM
Hello, Could you please help me. My 6 year old son is exceeding in school and seems quite bright. I am not an educated man and am not sure quite how bright my boy is although he does read those David Walliam books in one sitting which are 500 pages he keeps reminding me. I answered yes 6 times and no 4 times in your questionnaire so I thought maybe my worries are unfortuantely true. My son at times cannot take in what you are telling him for more than a few seconds, he cannot hear when I am talking to him repeating his name over, I have had his ears checked he is fine. He never really lashes out but does shows signs of autistic agression although not as bad as when he was 3/4 years old. He has no issues at school. I would like to know if I should be more considerate of a condition he may have because discipline is the hardest thing for me and my wife, we really don't know how to deal with him to be honest Thank you..
janinka - 7-Jul-18 @ 6:00 PM
My son is 11 years old he’s keeps kicking off at home and school, he hits out at things and people. I think he might have adhd but he’s not been tested for it yet, also he keeps telling little white lies and I don’t know why, he says he’s not happy but he won’t say why.
Sarahjayne - 26-Jun-18 @ 11:44 PM
jaynefox - Your Question:
My son is 7 years old and has always been a very active child not being able to sit still and being forgetful and he cant concentrate long enough to watch a full film but recently he has started lashing out alot and crys over tiny things. He has started hurting his brother and sister and finding it funny. Hes had an adhd assesment and they say hes fine hes gone from over acheaving to under acheaving aswel and has no interest in school work at all. Please help

Our Response:
It sounds like something is distressing your child and causing him to react to things in an uncharacteristic way. This may not be ADHD related, it could be to do with something else, physical or emotional, going on in his life. Talk to him about what makes him feel sad, happy etc, try spending some one-to-one time with him, talk to his school teachers about his behaviour, his relationships with other pupils and so on. If you're still worried about him, go back to your GP, they may be able to refer him from counselling etc.
KidsBehaviour - 22-Jun-18 @ 12:00 PM
My son is 3 and a half. He can walk, run and play, even with other children. But he will not talk at all. When he thinks no one is paying attention you might catch him saying "Hey" or little words like "momma" " dada" but months go by with out hearing him say anything sounding like a word he yells, screams, and shrieks. He won't listen to me at all, even when he's looking right at me. I know he's not deaf because loud noises on TV or fireworks make him cover his ears. At night when it's time to go to bed or during the day for nap time, I tell him to lay down and go to sleep like a big boy, and he screams his head off. We have 2 chihuahuas, and if you've ever owned a chi you know they bark at every little thing that is out of the norm, plus out chihuahuas love our son and our baby girl and would do atndnything to protect them, so I know there's nothing in his room that could possibly hurt him. He has a nightlight. We have to out hook locks on too he inside top of our front and back door, because he has snuck outside early in the mornings if he woke up before I did. He'd sneak out of his room, unlock either door, and go outside and play. I live in a CITY. We have a small sidewalk then BAM the street. We live on a side street so traffic isn't bad but I was petrified when I woke up and he wasn't in the house the first time. After that I get up at 6 am everyday and usually don't get to go to bed til he does usually after 11pm. We have a little girl who is 14 months old and she acts completely different. She says actual words and listens to instructions, and I actual complete 180 from her brother, which is also what I can't figure out, he didn't start acting like this til he was about a year and a half. Before that he didn't yell or scream o throw fits AT ALL. He was 100% happy all this he this heme even as a newborn he had a great temperment. The perfect baby, was what everybody said he was. I had 10 to 15 close friends or family members who would watch him, no problem they were happy to do it. Since he turned 1 and a half I have 1 aunt and uncle who will take him for the weekend. They raised me and to them he's their grandchild. They have a much bigger house than I do, so he has room to play and run inside they also live out in the country so he has acres and acres to play outside so they take him for me almost every weekend. They know it's a giant help and our daughter even has a better temperment and attitude when hes gone. She gets to sleep in, when he brother is here he'll scream at the top of his lungs every few hours till everyone is awake.I don't know what brought on this sudden change except we moved to a different state when he was a year and half old, but we moved in with family and have been here for 2 years and lived next door to my family in our own place for 16 months. I figure he'd be adjusted by now if that was the issue. I just need to know if anybody can give me any idea what could wrong with him I'd love any in
Gin - 21-Jun-18 @ 8:40 PM
My son is 7 years old and has always been a very active child not being able to sit still and being forgetful and he cant concentrate long enough to watch a full film but recently he has started lashing out alot and crys over tiny things. He has started hurting his brother and sister and finding it funny. Hes had an adhd assesment and they say hes fine hes gone from over acheaving to under acheaving aswel and has no interest in school work at all. Please help
jaynefox - 21-Jun-18 @ 7:23 AM
I have a 7 year old who seems to have a hard time paying attention in school and home he seems to always be in his own world and tends to have a hard time listening.I been told by the teacher multi times to take him with his pediatrician. but i never do it because i want to think he's still young and maybe he will change when he matures. The teacher says he is given instruction on a assignments eveyone is following up with it expect for him and when he is asked what were the insctructions given he responds with "What" like he is totally out lf it and i see that behavior at home as well. another thing he is very forgetful he is told to do a task at home and will go on with whatever he doing and when i ask him has it been done he responds with ohhh yeah i forgot i feel like he's so young to be very forgetful and i can see it in his face like he really did forget he seems surprise when i approach him and question him about the task he had to do. Not long ago i sat him down to write his ABC and numbers 1-100 he can't do that he is having a very hard time. In school he struggles with math and writing he's teacher says he's good at reading but not math or comprehension. I am i wrong for not seeking help or should i wait and see how worse can it get.
priscilla - 8-Jun-18 @ 11:40 PM
I’m so exhausted with my 5 year old son. No matter how much I punish him or how many times I tell him about something he just won’t listen properly at all and laughs at me. He’s very forgetful. Literally if I ask him to do something like tidy his room , by the time he’s gotten up there he’s forgotten what he was supposed to be doing. He won’t keep still and constantly needs stimulating. He can’t hear very well sometimes and loud noises make him cover his ears. I just don’t know where to start to be Honest. He’s always been major hard work but can b so loving aswell. When I ask him why he does the things h does , he just says “mummy I can’t control it” please help someone. Doctors are rubbish!
Mommadanniibear - 7-Jun-18 @ 5:55 PM
My son is 5yrs old. When i talk to him he acts like he doesnt hear me. He doesnt listen and he cant be still unless he has something in his hands. I asked him if he feels like he cant be still or he juat doesbt want too. He said he cant. Taken him to his dr he wants me to wait until he goes to kindergarden to see if his behavior affects his learning. I do not want my child on any medicine. Are the any other routes to take?
Tgibbs - 31-May-18 @ 12:10 PM
Pulling my hair out ...... I have a 14yr old son..... he has always strurged in school life and has dyslexia... he hates being inside and feels more happy and in control outside...... we have had situations over the last few yrs with him lashing out not just to others at school but at home and to himself. ... he gets into trouble at school for not listening or fidgeting.... the school sencould has said she sees no reasons for his behaviour and we pushed for a cdc referral but due to the schoolstaff reports even though they have only had him for 8 mths theyou refused to see him...... I know deep down there is somethink else going on with him but feel like no one's listening. .. all we want is for him to have the best chance in life but others just see him know as a 'bad boy' as they say. ... what else can we do!!!
Mouse - 26-May-18 @ 11:46 PM
my son is 3 and half years old.he dies not sit at one place at all. veey hyperactive.hits walls and himself in joy..keeps shouting..gets bore easily..hits other children without any reason..spit out on others.does not listen to me at all.what should i do.i m fed up and tired
aemon - 25-May-18 @ 9:57 AM
Hiya Ive got a 4 year old son.. I'm really struggling me and he's dad split nearly two years ago since about a year ago, he's really not able to control his feelings, has moments of rage that takes hours to get him out of... Feels very low about himself eg"mummy I don't like myself I just like my daddy" and now he's struggling with friends at school he believes no one wants to play with him and once he's teacher has sorted that out and he's playing with someone he will just walk off and say he wants to be left alone but will cry saying no one wants to play with him..... I'm really worried as well about how he takes in information it's like he doesn't remember a thing he got good at he's numbers and colours and now it's like he doesn't know any of them... He struggles with new routines too especially at school. I'm getting really upset about all this as I just want to make him feel better and I don't know how to do it and I don't know why he has been acting like this... I have a massive concern about ADHD or even anxiety with new situations I just need some help and advice on what I can do to help my son feel better Thank you
Hales - 23-May-18 @ 1:11 PM
My son is 3 years and he can't walk and even he can't stay he can't see,so i dont now what to do because we have been consultant we doctor's but they never resolve my son situation so any help.
owen - 18-May-18 @ 6:24 AM
NABDALLA- Your Question:
My son is 11 and he cant stay focused when he studys or do homework. He lies alot for no reason and create stories for fun. Recently he did something I don't know how to interpret "i was at work and after he got back from school he finishes showe went outside to the living room naked in front an of his brother and the nanny. He was laughing, the nanny told me" I talked to him but am worried that je cant control his actions and doesn't think of any consequences for his actions. Need your help, do you think this is serious and needs a specialist to assist?

Our Response:
Have you tried imposing consequences for behaviour that he should know is unacceptable? What worked in the past? Is this a recent thing? We can't really comment due to the lack of information but before seeking professional help, you should check that as parents, you have set defined rules and boundaries that your son is clearly aware of and thatthere will definitely be consequences for not adhering to them.
KidsBehaviour - 11-May-18 @ 11:28 AM
My son is 11 and he cant stay focused when he studys or do homework. He lies alot for no reason and create stories for fun. Recently he did something i don't know how to interpret "i was at work and after he got back from school he finishes showe went outside to the living room naked in front an of his brother and the nanny. He was laughing, the nanny told me" i talked to him but am worried that je cant control his actions and doesn't think of any consequences for his actions. Need your help, do you think this is serious and needs a specialist to assist?
NABDALLA - 9-May-18 @ 8:16 PM
Sarahw - Your Question:
My son is 6 years old, he use to make friends really easy but just lately he kind if just watches, I've also noticed these past few months he has the biggest meltdowns over the smallest things, when he does something he shouldn't he says his head told him to it, he hums alot just recently and has stopped making eye contact this has happened over the past few weeks and is not like him at all, he never stops he always has to be doing something and moving, he can't wait his turn for anything he has to Inturpt people. Does this seem like a typical 6 year old or could it be signs of something like adhd please

Our Response:
It's probably worth taking him to your GP to get him checked over if you're worried.
KidsBehaviour - 9-May-18 @ 3:48 PM
My son is 6 years old, he use to make friends really easy but just lately he kind if just watches, I've also noticed these past few months he has the biggest meltdowns over the smallest things, when he does something he shouldn't he says his head told him to it, he hums alot just recently and has stopped making eye contact this has happened over the past few weeks and is not like him at all, he never stops he always has to be doing something and moving, he can't wait his turn for anything he has to Inturpt people. Does this seem like a typical 6 year old or could it be signs of something like adhd please
Sarahw - 7-May-18 @ 11:15 AM
Help please. My son is 6 years old I have been having problems with him since he was old enough to crawl it started at head butting the floor really hard to hitting me with my consistency and explaining what could happen if he carried on it stopped. As he got older I noticed behaviours with him that I didn't really see in other children like he can not sit or stand still and has so much energy even with all the sport he does he fidgets constantly and if he does not understand something he gets really frustrated and cries a lot or ends with negative behaviour such as hitting other children for example today he has strangled another child. I have tried my hardest to not show him any negative attention and always point out the good in any oputunity. He loves praise but I worry as he doesn't seem to bothered to gain praise in anything anymore he has no fear of danger and when you try talking to him in a calm manner he literally look right through you I try again and again until the point I have to tell him to sit on his own until he is ready to speak and the most I get is I don't know. He is 6 and in year 1 and the school are saying he is likely to be getting expelled if it Carrys on as they have tried all sorts of different things and nothing works he screams and disrupts classes. The adhd team rejected him as their is not much evidence of his behaviour even though school are aware but the school can not intervene it has to be the doctors. Please someone tell me you have been through what I am going through. What do I do ?
Ky - 2-May-18 @ 6:25 PM
Fatpig - Your Question:
I have been raised by very strict parents and called names too i.e my nick name is fat pig! I was very rebellious! Anyway I have 2 kids now ages 11 & 7 years and I have not been as strict As I do not hit my kids like I was hit when I was young, so I feel my kids are fearless! They answer me back and I have to repeat more than once several times and they still don’t listen I end up yelling! My dad now always says that my 2 sons are really bad boys and that I am a rubbish mum! He says this comment everyday for the last 2 years and also says it in front of people to me! I wonder if they are really bad boys or is there a condition like adhd I should be concerned about? I don’t think that they are naughty I do feel there is an underlying problem but I don’t know what it could be! Children don’t act up for no reason! A lot has happened in their young life like I did hit them when they were young for running off and not listening as I was so worried and it frightened me but I paid a heavy price as my kids were taken off of me and put into care. then I contacted their dad who had to go through some procedures before claiming full custody so that they could get out of care! Now they live full time at their dads house. He has a three bedroom house and garden so the boys have their own bedroom. The dad and I share custody, I have them weekends and all the school holidays they sleep at mine in a single room at my parents home! I can’t afford to rent privately and I am not getting anywhere on the council list! So my parenting and my children’s behaviour is very challenging with so many negative influences from my dad! What do you think? I appreciate your comments! Thanks

Our Response:
The answer is probably that they neither have ADHD nor are they "bad boys".You say that you've tried not to be strict with your boys, like you were treated growing up. It sounds like your parents were very negative if you were hit and insulted. First of all, ignore your father's insults - you're not a bad mother. Try maintaining a "strict" regime with your boys that is based on routine, lots of love, praise for them whenever they do something well/good, encouraging them to make the right choices etc. If you feel you need additional support - ask locally for access to parenting classes, seek support from your local social services department for increased priority on the housing list, take a look at the Family Lives website where there is a lot of information and also a helpline.
KidsBehaviour - 20-Apr-18 @ 11:46 AM
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    I am now 53 years old and am suffering from mental health issues.My father physically beat me with leather belt when mother was away,my…
    4 September 2018