Customised Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Diagnosis and Treatment

At Orchestrate Health, we believe that Adult ADHD shouldn’t get in the way of living your best life. We provide personalised, at-home diagnosis and treatment, using our Stepped Care model to deliver the precise level of high-quality care that you need.

Could you have ADHD?

People often only think that ADHD is something seen in children. In reality, it affects all ages and according to the NHS, 2% of UK adults have it. 

Do you struggle with impulsivity, getting bored easily, and difficulty focusing? These are all typical symptoms of ADHD.

The pressure of ADHD can seem unbearable – it interferes with every aspect of our day-to-day lives; our work, social lives, and romantic relationships. 

Many people have never had a formal diagnosis – they might have just thought these traits are part of their character.

Fortunately, it’s never too late to receive an ADHD diagnosis and treatment – this can totally change your life. At Orchestrate Health, we bespoke ADHD care packages, delivered by our trained professionals, in the comfort of your own home.

If you’ve experienced difficulty with any of the following, it might be worth reaching out:

  • Focusing on tasks
  • Regulating emotions
  • Mood swings
  • Planning, time management, and organisation
  • Meeting deadlines and completing tasks

Stepped Care – The Way Forward for Home Adult ADHD Treatment

You shouldn’t have to worry about ADHD symptoms getting in the way of your life.

Our Stepped Care model ensures that you only get the level of care you need – we don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach. 

Your care with us could range from medication and a monthly check-in to see how you’re doing or daily support from one of our therapists – it’s entirely up to what you need. We can taper our support up and down according to your needs at the time.

How Does Adult ADHD Treatment Work?


Often, ADHD is treatable with stimulant medications. These usually have minimal side-effects, but our team will check in with you regularly to see how you’re responding. You can continue with medication for as long as you feel that it’s helping you.

Therapeutic Support

Often, therapeutic interventions for Adult ADHD are just as effective as medication. Understanding the condition and how it works can help you manage the symptoms. Our expert team can help you with changing your repetitive thought patterns. You’ll have access to: 

  • Occupational Health
  • Therapeutic Support workers 
  • Recovery Coaches – mental health coaches who can provide psychosocial support as well as life coaching.

You’ll have access to ADHD-specific talking-based therapies such as CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) which can help you change your negative thought patterns, develop healthy, realistic goals, and help your task management.

Family Support

Because many people only associate ADHD with children, its symptoms can easily be misunderstood as a person being intense, difficult or simply not caring.

ADHD symptoms can also cause arguments and rifts within families if people don’t understand the condition. Orchestrate Health offers the option of family-therapy to help strengthen your support network and pave the way for your long-term recovery.

Reach Out for Help Now

If you or a loved one are seeking home adult ADHD treatment, Orchestrate Health’s team are here to help. Contact us today for a free assessment and start the first days of the rest of a new life. 

To get in touch call 0800 193 3277 or complete the attached enquiry form.

We are based in Mayfair, London.

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