It's not unusual to have difficulty focusing on academic work. The causes are varied and include:
ADHD Screening Testing at CAPS
Due to the exceptional volume of requests for ADHD testing that CAPS has received, we are unable to accommodate any further requests for ADHD screening services for the remainder of the Fall 2021 semester.
Pease see below for information regarding other agencies in the Bloomington and Indianpolis areas that may offer ADHD testing.
For academic assistance please refer to these academic resources:
Please note: Indiana University does not endorse or recommend any particular provider. This is for informational purposes to provide you with some idea of what resources are available locally. Contacting/selecting providers is the responsibility of the student, as is any cost associated. We do encourage you to contact your insurance provider to determine what your benefits include.
Lindeman & Associates
812-650-1234; 3901 E. Hagan St., Suite F
3-5 hour time span over 1-2 visits
Reports ready within 2-3 weeks after all info collected
Ragonese Psychological Services
812-272-3398; 405 S. College Ave.
Most major insurances accepted, including Medicaid & HIP
812-333-8474; 482 S. Landmark Avenue
2-3 hours of interviewing + 1-2 hours of testing
Reports typically ready in a week to 10 days following last appointment
Cognitive and educational testing do not meet the “medical necessity” requirement for health insurance coverage. All fees are out of pocket.
- Betty Watson, Ph.D.
812-334-3949; 3100 John Hinkle Pl.
Learning disability and ADHD testing. Learning disability evaluations are an out of pocket expense, not covered by insurance, call for rates.
Most major insurance companies accepted to cover ADHD evaluation.
Mark Herman, PhD, HSPP
812-339-2224; 3925 E. Hagan St., Ste. 203
Woodview Psychology Group, LLC
70 E 91st St., Ste. 210, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Staffed by clinical psychologists.
Resolutions Psychological Services
6335 S. East St., Indianapolis, IN 46227
Staffed by clinical psychologists and LMHC.
Other Diagnostic Materials
In addition to your screening, we will need the following items to complete your assessment:
- A questionnaire from a parent or guardian about your past and present concentration problems (you will need to sign a release so we can contact them)
- School records from kindergarten through 12th grade to assess past academic performance
- A personal interview by a CAPS Counselor
- In some cases, a urine drug screen may be requested at any point in the screening process
If your screening and interview suggest you may have ADHD or another psychiatric disorder, you will receive a follow-up appointment with a CAPS psychiatrist.
If you are already being treated for ADHD, you can transfer your care to CAPS. You will need to complete the screening process and sign a release so CAPS can obtain your previous medical records.
Student Stimulant Misuse Policy
Stimulants are Schedule-II drugs, which are controlled medications strictly regulated by the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration). Your physician cannot give refills for your stimulant medication unless a new prescription is written for each refill. Schedule-II medications cannot be refilled by telephone. Misuse of stimulant medications is a common and recognized concern. CAPS psychiatrists will NOT write prescriptions for lost or stolen prescriptions. Do not give your prescription medication to anyone. Keep your medication in a safe place where others do not have access.