Fees Package without Metabolic Testing
Initial Assessment (includes ADHD) up to 90 minutes £1100
Over 90 mins appointment will cost more – see below Full report to include Treatment Plan
Extended/Complex and/or Autism Spectrum Assessments (from) £1500
(includes ADHD assessment)A full Autism Diagnosis may require an additional ADOS-2 assessment at an extra cost of approx. £500 from an Associate Full report to include Treatment Plan
First follow up and Subsequent follow up £350
(without Supplement Protocol creation) over 60 mins appointment will cost more – see below
Fees Package with Metabolic Testing
These are bespoke packages and charges do vary. However typically in ADHD assessments we will look at Hair, Urine, Genes Nervous System and Adrenal Test (see below for further information). Typically, this may cost a further £700-800.
In Autism or Extended/Complex assessments we may include the above tests plus others – this may add a further £600-£1000 to the assessment cost.
First follow up to include results interpretation and Supplement £600
Protocol Creation following Metabolic testing result. Over 60 mins appointment will cost more – see below (protocol done separately)
Subsequent follow ups £350
If major readjustment of protocol this may attract additional costs £500
Medication review for existing ADHD diagnosis – Already on medication
We will require full sight of the papers relating to the assessment and diagnosis including all measures used and the results obtained. We may need to add some further assessments to this to ensure compliance with our high diagnostic standards.
Assuming no further testing or assessment is required £650
If further testing or assessment required £TBC
Private Prescription Administration Fees £40
To Whom It May Concern Letters (from £75) TBC
Following changes in the insurance market in the UK we no longer work with the major insurance companies apart from WPA and even that is under review. We regret that we can no longer offer this service but the economic climate has changed markedly in the last few years and the companies have made swingeing cuts to funding.