ADHD 40+ survey

We are gathering basic information about the experiences and opinions of ADHD adults who are now at midlife and older.

Though the survey is not a randomized scientific document, we believe it will provide a baseline of anecdotal information that might spur future research on seniors and adults with ADHD. 

The survey is 100% anonymous unless you choose to include your contact information (to receive results and to participate in other surveys).

Please complete all applicable questions. You have ample opportunity to comment or provide additional information via the text boxes.

You do not have to finish the survey at one sitting - just simply save your answers, then return to complete the rest of the survey.

 
0% of survey complete

Your current location, even if temporary

Where were you born or raised in early childhood?

What is your ethnicity?

What is your gender?

What is your current age?

Are you diagnosed with ADHD?

At what age were you diagnosed with (or suspect you had) ADHD?

What is your ADHD subtype/presentation diagnosis?

The DSM V has eliminated the term "subtypes" and now calls them "presentations" of ADHD

How/where did you first realize that you might have ADHD?

What was your initial reaction to your ADHD diagnosis (or suspected ADHD)?

(you may choose more than one answer)

After your initial diagnosis, were you ever suspicious or dismissive of the diagnosis, e.g. in denial that your ADHD was "real")?

What is your attitude today toward your ADHD diagnosis?

What's your attitude toward a midlife diagnosis?

You can choose more than one option

This information is NOT needed to complete the rest of the survey! We respect your privacy and will NOT share this information. Anonymity is just fine!

This information is NOT needed to complete the rest of the survey! We respect your privacy