Clinical Framework

For ADHD Evaluations, who's going to give you the best information?

All of the above.

It is well-recognized that best practice ADHD evaluations include behavioral information from multiple individuals- parents, teachers, and others.  A benefit of DefiniPoint is that clinicians can easily gather information from all the teachers, parents, and other individuals involved in a child's life, resulting in better clinical insights. Research studies show that classification accuracy of ADHD rating scales can be increased by gathering information from multiple individuals and then integrating the results into a single score. 

To facilitate the interpretation and comparison of this significant amount of rating scale data, DefiniPoint allows you to directly compare the results of multiple rating scales (even disparate instruments) with straightforward scoring, graphs, and tables.

Starting with a top-level single score, DefiniPoint allows you to dive deeper into the results with customizable reports that show the direct comparison of informants' observations at varying levels of detail. Individual rating scale reports provide summary scores in easy to interpret graphs and tables as well as item by item responses.  DefiniPoint uses the normative data of each rating scale to provide an Integrated Report showing ADHD symptom results (inattentive, hyperactive/impulsive & combined) across multiple informants.  The Integrated Report also includes tables comparing the results of other related disorders.  


Symptom Comparison

For more details, please see the Rating Scale section or view a sample Integrated Report.

On-Demand Webinars on the Clinical Benefits of DefiniPoint and Using DefiniPoint in Practice are available in the Learning Center.

 The peer-reviewed articles listed below describe the research underpinning DefiniPoint.