Private ADHD Assessments for Children in Birmingham

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At our private ADHD clinic in Birmingham, our specialist team is able to offer private ADHD assessments for children. At Midland Health, we are proud to provide Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician led ADHD services, allowing parents to arrange a consultation with paediatric ADHD professionals and ADHD screening tests for their children. In instances when a child has a positive ADHD diagnosis, our private clinic can help provide bespoke treatments and personalised management plans, ensuring your child continues to receive the very best care.

Our paediatric ADHD professionals are able to support all children who are showing signs that could be related to ADHD, right through adolescence. In addition to supporting your child throughout an ADHD assessment, our team is also on hand to provide your family with psychiatric and psychological support. At Midland Health, we are here to provide reliable and compassionate ADHD assessments and ADHD treatments with complete discretion. That is why we offer same-day appointments and more flexibility over your times and dates. There is no need for a GP referral or to join a lengthy waiting list.

Book Your Free 10-Minute Paediatric ADHD Consultation

If you’re not sure about what to expect from our ADHD assessment process, why not discuss your concerns with our Consultant Paediatrician or our GP and Medical Director, Dr Rupa Parmar? Chat with them and learn more about our ADHD assessments for children.

Our Paediatric ADHD Services

At our private ADHD clinic, we have fine-tuned a thorough approach to ADHD assessment and ADHD management. Our Midland Health ADHD specialists, therefore, offer: 

  • High-quality ADHD diagnostic interviews
  • Object computerised paediatric ADHD assessments 
  • Continuous performance tests with your child to measure their ADHD symptoms

Having enough data to make an accurate diagnosis for your child is only part of the process. At Midland Health, we go further to understand the functional impact your child’s ADHD has on their life. We focus on data-driven science, utilising a combination of metrics to assess your child’s responses to our suggested treatment plans.

Treating and Managing Your Child’s ADHD Diagnosis

If your child is found to have ADHD, our specialist team will talk you through the steps of a bespoke treatment plan, tailored to your child’s specific requirements. These ADHD management plans can include:

  • Medical intervention
  • Care conducted in tandem with a private GP and primary care
  • Psychology sessions
  • ADHD coaching
  • Additional nutritional support

With Midland Health overseeing your child’s care, you will never be alone. Our team of ADHD professionals will be with you every step of the way.

Does Your Child Require A Paediatric ADHD Assessment?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can present itself in a variety of different ways, but all can affect your child’s daily life. The main characteristic of ADHD is the inability to focus for long periods of time, as well as struggling to take interest in attention to details. As your child grows up, they may struggle with their concentration and organisational skills at school and, later in life, in the world of work. Most often this will result in outbursts of frustration and anger, with many children with ADHD suffering from impatience.

For some, their ADHD diagnosis will lead to additional struggles with interpersonal relationships that will further add to the need for additional allowances at school and further education. However, with an ADHD diagnosis at our Midland Health clinic, you can ensure your child has all the support they need to manage their condition.

If your child displays signs of hyperactivity and struggles to remain engaged in activities, it is important you get your child tested for ADHD as soon as possible. The sooner your child receives a diagnosis the better, allowing them to grow up understanding and managing their behavioural traits.

Our ADHD Paediatric Specialist Team 

Dr Pradeep Naganna, Consultant Paediatrician 

Dr. Pradeep Naganna, a paediatrician with over 20 years of experience in the UK, graduated from Mysore Medical College and moved to the UK in 2003. He has worked in major hospitals like Birmingham Children's Hospital and holds qualifications including the Fellowship of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

Specialising in Neuro-diversity since 2007, he is currently a Consultant Paediatrician at Leicestershire NHS Partnership Trust and ADHD Lead. Dr. Naganna is dedicated to supporting neurodivergent children and their families, with expertise in Autism, ADHD, sleep issues, behavioural difficulties, dyspraxia, bed wetting, constipation, developmental delay, and various syndromes.

Becci Wilkins, Paediatric Neurodiversity Nurse

Becci is a registered Paediatric Nurse who holds a First Class Bachelors Degree. Becci has successfully led an award-winning ADHD service within the NHS and brings extensive knowledge in clinical pathway design and management. Becci is experienced in completing comprehensive assessments, providing expert nursing interventions, and guidance to patients and their families. At Midland Health, Becci will be supporting consultants with 30 minute ADHD follow-up appointments for patients who have initiated treatment with our consultants, providing ADHD support post-diagnosis to families and patients at the clinic, home or in school, providing ADHD telephone support and advice, supporting queeries with 10 minute call backs and answering your general clinical questions.

Darren McCabe, Adult and Paediatric Neurodiversity Nurse

Darren is a qualified Learning Disability Nurse and Non-Medical Prescriber with extensive experience in the NHS and private sector. He also provides 1-2-1 support as a Disability Impact Trainer, specialising in ADHD and Neurodiversity. His past roles include support work for Accept Care and international volunteer work in Zambia.


Introductory Call for ADHD Consultation for children


(10 min)

Child ADHD Assessment


(2 Hours)

Child Follow Up ADHD Appointment


(30 min)

Paediatric ADHD Consultation


(Patient with existing diagnosis. Report subject to review prior appointment is confirmed. £75 non-refundable to be paid in advance)

Child ASD Assessment


(ADOS (60 min) and ADIR (2 hours) need to be booked on separate days)

Child Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician New Consultation


(60 min)

Please inform us if:

  • You currently have a substance misuse problem?
  • You have a diagnosis of Bipolar Affective Disorder?
  • You have a diagnosis of Schizophrenia? 
  • You have a Learning Disability?
  • You have Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder?

Step 1. Enquiry and Response

We receive an enquiry by parent about ASD assessment, then our team will respond and explain the process.

Step 2. Booking Appointment

50% deposit taken at the time of booking.

Step 3. Further Information

Our neurodiversity team will send you the questionnaires that need completing by the school and parents 1 week prior the first appointment.

Step 4. Payment

Full payment will be required 1 week prior the first appointment.

Step 5. Appointments

ADIR (Autism Diagnostic Interview Revised)- This is one of the most widely used diagnostic algorithms in determining whether children have autism or autism spectrum disorder. This is essentially an interview with the parents and it is performed online with our Consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician. (1.5 hour interview).

ADOS- This is a semi-structured standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, and play. It will be dace to face with your child and our Speech and Language Therapist. (1 hour assessment).

There is not an order for the above appointments, parents can decide which one is more suitable for them to start with depending on their availability- those must be close to each other.

Step 6. Multidisciplinary team meeting

Both of our consultant specialists will discuss the findings of both appointments to write your child ASD Report.

Step 7. Second appointment

Once the draft report is ready, you will be contacted to arrange a follow up appointment to discuss the findings- this will happen in around 4 weeks from the last appointment.
Your child must be present at the appointment. (30min appointment).

Step 8. Report and conclusion

You will receive the written report within 4-6 weeks from your last appointment - usually after the follow up has happened and the report has been discussed with the Consultant.

Book a Private ADHD Assessment

To book a private ADHD assessment for your child at our clinic in Birmingham, please click the link below. We offer appointments on a pay-as-you-go system, allowing you to be in control of when you’d like to see a specialist. There is no need to wait for a GP referral. Simply, choose the next available slot that suits you best. Subject to availability, it may be possible to book your appointment on the same day or the next day.

Our Private Paediatric ADHD Clinic in Birmingham

Come and see our paediatric ADHD specialist at our private clinic on the outskirts of Birmingham City Centre. Located in Edgbaston, you will find us at Highfield Clinic, 23a Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 3DP.


Can my child get diagnosed with ADHD privately?

Yes, of course. At Midland Health, we have a specialist team of paediatric ADHD professionals who are able to carry out gold standard interviews, as well as computerised ADHD assessments to determine whether your child has ADHD. By monitoring their behavioural traits, our private ADHD clinic can diagnose children and adolescents accurately.

If my child is diagnosed with ADHD privately, will the NHS accept their diagnosis?

All ADHD diagnoses made by a healthcare professional, whether privately at Midland Heath or otherwise, are valid. The NHS will not disregard a diagnosis made at our private ADHD clinic.

Can my child continue the treatment with the NHS?

We provide Shared Care Agreements which give the option to continue treatment with your NHS GP. If your child is under Shared Care Agreement our Consultant paediatrician will need to see the child every 6 months to assess their suitability to continue taking medication.

Am I able to arrange for my child to have an ADHD assessment privately?

Yes, you can book your child for an ADHD appointment today using our online booking form. There is no need for a GP referral, simply select the date and time that is most convenient for you and our ADHD specialist will look forward to seeing you.

Is it possible to continue receiving my child’s prescribed medication from their NHS GP after a private ADHD assessment?

Our ADHD paediatric specialists may prescribe your child medication to help stabilise their ADHD tendencies. When your child is stable on this medication, it is possible to continue this prescription through an NHS GP using a shared care prescribing agreement. Your GP will need to accept and agree to issue a repeat prescription. While our healthcare professionals are happy to arrange a shared care agreement, we recommend checking with your NHS GP first. Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee whether this is something they will agree to. However, we can continue to prescribe you this medication at Midland Health under the approval of our psychiatrists.

We have translators available for your appointment.

Digital Prescription

Midland Health has partnered with a highly reputable online pharmacy provider, Cloud Rx to ensure you receive your prescriptions directly to your home address as a next-day service. This way, you can be sure the medicine is available and delivered directly to your home or nominated address. No need for paper prescriptions or to have to go to multiple pharmacies to find the medicine that has been issued by our Midland Health doctors to you. To find out more about our digital prescription service please click here.

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