Researchers: Diane Mitchnick
The Mental Health Analysis and Diagnostic Service (MHADS) is a web-based tool that allows patients and medical practitioners to understand the process of diagnosing adult ADHD. It measures signs and symptoms that indicate the disorder. MHADS takes information from various sources, and through a series of questions, exam results and performance test scores it offers a more reliable diagnosis on the disorder. It also aims to detect the potential for ADHD based on writing competences of learners. This service is currently in the design and development phase and will be available to view at a later date. Further updates will be posted quarterly.