Attention Deficit Disorder And Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Services
Student Health Services Medical Clinic provides Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) services for students, including prescriptions.
The following Diagnostic Criteria are required from outside providers for Minnesota State Mankato Student Health Services to provide ADHD/ADD Services:
- Symptoms are documented as being present prior to age 12
- Self-report meeting criteria as outlined by DSM-IV or DSM-V
- Others' reports (parent or other guardian invovled in childhood) meeting criteria as outlined in DSM-IV or DSM-V
- Intelligence testing (WAIS IV - Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale - if testing as an adult)
- An assesment of reading, math, and writing skills (Woodcock Johnson III Test of Achievement)
- Barkley ADD / ADHD Adult Structured Interview - if applicable to age
- Murphy ADD / ADHD Adult Structured Interview - if applicable to age
This documentation can be faxed or mailed to Student Health Services using the Authorization to Release ADD/ADHD Healthcare Information form.
If all of these criteria are not present in records presented from an outside provider, you have the following options:
- Continue to get your prescriptions from your previous prescriber and fill at Student Health Services Pharmacy at Minnesota State Mankato. Student Health Services Pharmacy can fill any prescription from any doctor or clinic.
- Get a comprehensive evaluation completed by a PhD licensed psychologist, keeping in mind the requirements outlined above. Student Health Services can provide the names of local psychologists who provide comprehensive exams. Your insurance may or may not cover the cost of this evaluation.