ADHD Program

Many people nationwide are experiencing a decline in their mental health, and rates of ADHD, anxiety, depression, and substance misuse are rising. At BThere Healthcare, the experienced team offers mental health support and counseling to patients in the state of Maine for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, anxiety, opioid addiction recovery support, and other common behavioral health conditions.

Our Remote ADHD Program is a pioneering solution designed to support individuals managing ADHD from the comfort of their homes. Most insurance plans, including MaineCare, recognize and cover our program, ensuring accessibility and affordability for all. We also offer flexible cash payment options for those who prefer it. Our innovative approach combines personalized care with the power of group visits, offering a unique blend of individual support and community engagement. Join us as we navigate the path to better managing ADHD together with the convenience and flexibility of remote access.

Benefits for Mental Health via Telehealth

Compared to in-office consults, mental health using telemedicine has many advantages. While in-person counseling and consultation is a better fit in some instances, you should consider the benefits telemedicine visits offer:

  • More flexibility
  • Less deviation from your routine
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • More opportunities for support
  • More comfort because you’re in your element

BrainCheck Technology

BThere Healthcare is equipped with validated tools to access function rapidly, reliably, and comprehensively across neuropsychological domains using the BrainCheck Health Platform. Through the BrainCheck Health Platform, we offer a customized mental health assessment before, during, and after your visit through Braincheck and review by one of our providers.

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What is ADHD?

Persistent disorganization, fidgeting, and forgetfulness can all be signs of a behavioral disorder called attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which affects people of all ages. BThere Healthcare is a telemedicine-based practice offering expert ADHD evaluations and treatment for patients in Maine. Call or Schedule an appointment online for ADHD testing and medicine today.

ADHD affects both adults and children but is often first diagnosed in school-aged children. Since school is a structured setting, the symptoms of ADHD often first become apparent in the classroom. If your child has ADHD, you might hear initial concerns from their teacher.

How can I address my ADHD?

Discover the benefits of our Remote ADHD Program in Maine, tailored to provide comprehensive support from the comfort of your home:

  • Remote Neuropsychologist Testing: Begin with accurate ADHD confirmation through state-of-the-art remote testing.
  • 1:1 Telehealth Evaluation: Receive personalized attention from expert providers in a one-on-one telehealth session.
  • Group Visit Availability: Benefit from remote group visits' support and shared experiences, fostering a sense of community and mutual support.
  • Insurance Coverage: Our program is accessible and affordable, covered by most insurance plans, including MaineCare and Medicare.
  • Cash Option: For those without insurance or who prefer an alternative payment method, we offer a cash payment option at just $69 per month. If you're interested in this option, please click here to sign up in our app:

What Are Telehealth Services For Mental Health and ADHD?

Telehealth for mental health in ADHD involves providing ongoing mental health services, including personalized and private therapy counseling and medication management, all performed remotely via video conferencing phone calls and or secure messaging platforms.

What Services Can Be Provided By Telehealth For ADHD?

Some of the most common services that can be performed via telehealth include initial assessments and consultations, individual and possibly group therapy sessions, medication management, follow-up appointments, psychoeducation, and support groups.

Can ADHD Be Effectively Treated With Telehealth?

Yes, in many cases, telehealth has been shown to be an effective treatment option for individuals who are diagnosed with ADHD in addition to other types of mental health conditions. Research indicates that telehealth interventions can often produce outcomes that are comparable to in-person care sessions. However, it's important to note that not all individuals diagnosed with ADHD or other mental health conditions will benefit exclusively from telehealth services.

What Are The Benefits of Telehealth For ADHD and Other Mental Health Disorders?

Some of the most exclusive benefits of Telehealth telehealth Services for ADHD and mental health include ongoing and increased access to personalized care, convenience, flexibility in scheduling appointments, reduced travel time and cost, and the ability to receive care from the comfort of your home.

How Does Telehealth Work For ADHD Assessments?

Similar to in-person assessments for ADHD, a telehealth assessment typically involves comprehensive evaluation conducted via video conferencing or phone calls. These evaluations can include questionnaires, interviews, and assessments of your functioning and symptoms.

Can ADHD Medication Be Prescribed Via Telehealth?

Yes, in many cases, you can be prescribed ADHD medication with telehealth psychiatrists, and other qualified and experienced healthcare professionals can conduct medication evaluations, monitor your treatment and or progress, and prescribe medications as they feel appropriate via telehealth.

What Are The Benefits of Telehealth For ADHD and Mental Health Disorders?

If you choose to use telehealth for diagnosis, management, and treatment of ADHD some of the most common benefits include:

  • Convenience - telehealth appointments can be scheduled at your convenience instead of you having to adhere to the office's frequently flexible scheduling. This will reduce your need to take off work from school or work.
  • Increased access to care - opting for telehealth services will eliminate any geographic barriers you may have, allowing you access to ADHD professionals who can specialize in your care who specialize in treating ADHD. 
  • Privacy and comfort - Many individuals who are diagnosed with ADHD feel more comfortable and less anxiety-ridden when they're able to receive care from the comfort of their homes. In turn, this can enhance the professional and therapeutic relationship between their care provider and themselves.
  • Access to specialists - Patients with ADHD, in addition to other mental health concerns, such as anxiety, depression, or OCD, may benefit from having ongoing access to specialists all in one place. They can access their comprehensive care team from the comfort of their home, undergo comprehensive evaluations, and receive personalized treatment through telehealth.

Join our Remote ADHD Program and enjoy the convenience of receiving expert care without the need to travel, all while being part of a supportive community.

Feel free to reach out to us via text message at 207-200-5907 if you have any queries or are interested in signing up.

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