*“Overall, the study found that about 20 percent – or 900,000 – of the 4.5 million children currently identified as having ADHD likely have been misdiagnosed.”

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What does it mean to be misdiagnosed?

 

Being misdiagnosed with ADHD could mean inappropriate medicine prescription with unknown long-term effects on your child’s health as well as treatments and behavioral therapies that do not cater to your child’s needs and symptoms. We’re here to offer reliable ADHD test for children and teens.

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*Todd E. Elder. The Importance of Relative Standards in ADHD Diagnoses: Evidence Based on Exact Birth Dates. May 2010

Why work with us? 

Accurate

Reduce over diagnosis by improving diagnostic accuracy by up to 97%.

Quick

It takes about 15–20 minutes to administer—including setup, clean up, and data collection.

Insightful

The method works by collecting brainwave data and processing it into a report.

We offer ADHD test for children and teens to meet the needs of parents and guardians who want greater certainty with their child’s ADHD diagnosis.

Founded by Cheryl Leong, MFT who has worked with ADHD and its co-occuring diagnosis for more than a decade across two continents. She was concerned at the number of families who were dissatisfied with their diagnostic process, medical treatment and psychotherapeutic interventions. 

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What is NEBA?

NEBA is the first of a new kind of medical device cleared by the FDA that uses brainwaves (EEG) to help clinicians conduct an ADHD test for children and adolescents (ages 6 – 17.99 years) withmore accurately diagnose. FDA created an entirely new category of medical device to regulate NEBA. These devices are called Neuropsychiatric Interpretive EEG-based Assessment Aids or NIEAs for short.

NEBA uses brainwaves (EEG) along with a clinician’s initial diagnostic impression to improve the accuracy of the ADHD diagnostic process. NEBA measures the electrical activity in the front part of the brain to derive a biomarker. NEBA then combines this information with the clinician’s diagnostic impression. Using this data and a patented method, NEBA categorizes children with ADHD symptoms into three groups:

  • ADHD – confirmatory support
  • Support for further testing – focus on ADHD
  • Support for further testing – focus on ‘other conditions’

Our FDA validation study (available from FDA’s website) showed that NEBA’s categorization can help clinicians reduce over diagnosis of ADHD to as low as 3%

What do other parents think about NEBA?

Parents report that NEBA provided them the help they were looking for and that they would recommend NEBA to other parents.

You can find our most recent parent survey results, here.

You can also see videos of parents telling how NEBA helped their children and their families, here.

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Does insurance cover NEBA?

Some third party payers do cover NEBA. There are thousands of payers in the United States. Each has its own payment policies. Learn more here. We can help you check your benefits to see if coverage is likely. Call (888)539-4267 for NEBA Benefit Services. Click here to download insurance inquiry form.

How much does NEBA Cost?

It depends. The total out-of-pocket for NEBA will never be more than $425 and your out-of-pocket cost will likely be significantly less. Why?

  • Your out-of-pocket depends on your particular insurance provider and policy.
  • NEBA’s cost varies by region.
  • If you have a financial need, talk to your provider about NEBA-Cares™.
  • For participating providers, NEBA-Cares may cover up to 100% of NEBA’s cost.

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