ProblemShared is a clinician-led, CQC-regulated online mind health provider.
We work with a community of expert practitioners to broaden access to the highest quality care for people across the UK.
We partner with the NHS, insurance companies and universities to deliver NICE-informed neurodevelopmental (ND) assessments, post-assessment care and support for adults and children.
Our practitioners include Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Nurses, Clinical Psychologists, and Psychiatrists.
They conduct robust Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism and Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) Assessments over our private, encrypted video service.
Many members of our team have led NHS ND practices. They have significant experience in authoring protocols and carrying out remote diagnosis and post-assesment support for those in need.
Designed to diagnose autism in adults.
Designed to diagnose specific learning differences in adults.
Designed to diagnose ADHD in adults.
After a positive diagnosis, if you choose to try medication, you will have frequent reviews with a team of expert ADHD nurses who will look at your specific care and prescribing needs.
Group sessions for individuals and families following diagnosis of ADHD or Autism.
We can match individuals and families, with and without a diagnosis, to an appropriate practitioner for online talk therapy services in over 30 languages.
Let your clients enjoy more time for additional medical, practical, and financial support instead of the usual time and stress that can be involved getting an assessment.
Below are the steps we take them through:
Ellie Greenhow Neurodevelopmental Clinical Lead/Occupational Therapist
The power of digital technology to conduct remote neurodevelopmental assessments has enabled more families than ever to access a service from the safety and comfort of their home.
We can arrange for you to be taken through the platform, or you can come to one of our weekly drop-in sessions.
If you are interested, please click the button below, and we’ll get in touch.
The estimated number of people in the UK who are neurodivergent