Managing ADHD begins with information

At Creekmore Clinic, we are all familiar with the signs, challenges . . . and triumphs regarding ADHD. We provide this page to allow information regarding innovative technology from QBTech that aids greatly in ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Please take a few moments to read more.

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Qbtech News and Research

  • Gender bias in ADHD evaluation - Do boys and girls with ADHD look the same in the classroom?

    This is part three of guest author Simon Kitson’s series on identifying and assessing ADHD in children. Part one examined what adults should look out for in a school setting when it comes to ADHD. In part two, Simon explored the role of ‘birthdate bias’ in ADHD assessment. In this latest instalment, Simon examines the data behind the disparity in ADHD diagnosis between boys and girls, and how to lessen gender bias in ADHD assessment.

  • Q&A with Educational Psychologist Simon Kitson

    For over 20 years, Simon Kitson of EDGE Psychology has worked as an Educational Psychologist helping parents, students, and teachers better understand the needs of children in an educational setting, with a particular specialty working with children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). His experience has given him an insight into how to approach a potential ADHD diagnosis with children from a wide variety of backgrounds. 

  • Dr. Theresa Cerulli on the importance of standardizing ADHD care

    For over 20 years Dr. Theresa Cerulli  has been a noted expert in the field of ADHD treatment. A graduate of Tufts University, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Harvard Longwood Residency Program in Adult Psychiatry, and Harvard Fellowships in Medical Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry, Dr. Cerulli has been at the forefront of improving the state of ADHD care for children, adolescents, and adults. In this interview, Dr. Cerulli provides her perspective on using QbTest,  the state of ADHD care, and the importance of her work with the ADHD Expert Consortium.

  • Dr. Howard Schub on improving patient care with objective ADHD testing

    In 2022, Dr. Howard Schub joined the Horwitz-Zusman Child & Family Center at Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta (JF&CS) as the Center’s first consulting physician. Alongside a team of therapists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals, Dr. Schub provides medical support to children with neurodiverse conditions, including ADHD.

  • The role of ‘birthdate bias’ in the assessment of children with ADHD at school.

     In our previous blog on ADHD in children at school, we discussed the red flags adults and teachers should look out for. For part two of our blog series, Simon Kitson of EDGE Psychology discusses how birth-rate bias may impact the assessment of children with ADHD and how objective testing can help. 

  • I struggled getting an ADHD diagnosis — and I'm a medical professional

    We often hear from clinicians about their experience using QbTest to help inform their ADHD diagnostic decisions, in conjunction with other clinical measures such as rating scales and clinical interviews. Less common, but equally important, are the stories from clinicians who take a QbTest to assess their own possible diagnosis.