Services « Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinics

By: Bilkey ADHD  09-12-2011
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Services « Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinics

Consultative Services

The three-part assessment will be completed at the request of a family physician or treating psychiatrist. Individuals seeking an assessment for ADHD are also welcome to contact the clinic and our staff will expedite setting up the assessment process and contacting the treating physician.

Following a thorough evaluation with Dr. Bilkey, a comprehensive report, including treatment recommendations, will be sent to the treating physician. At the patient’s request, Dr. Bilkey will also forward recommendations to universities and colleges suggesting accommodations that will aid students in reaching their educational potential.

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Assessment « Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinics

According to the 2006 National Comorbidity Survey, published in The American Journal of Psychiatry in April 2006, 38.3% of Adult ADHD patients also suffer from another mood disorder; 47.1% experience anxiety disorders; and over 15% are afflicted with substance abuse disorders.


Process of Assessment « Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinics

An assessment package can be sent to the patient prior to the first meeting with Dr. Bilkey, or the patient may receive this package from Sandra at their first visit to the clinic. If necessary, referrals can also be made to psychologists who can conduct psychoeducational evaluations, to addictions counsellors or to other psychiatric specialists.


Frequently Asked Questions « Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinics

An important development occurred in the early 1970s when Canadian researcher Dr. Virginia Douglas began to focus on cognitive impulsivity, or the daydreaminess and lack of focus in addition to the outward manifestations of motor impulsivity, such as being fidgety.