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Overview: An objective measure of attention and motion control

Age Range: Child Test: 6 to 12:11
Adolescent Test: 13 to 19:11
Adult Test: 20 years and older

Administration: Free downloadable iPad app via Apple’s App Store

Completion Time: 15 minutes

Scores/Interpretation: Attention, Motion and Global composite scores

Report Options: Score Report, Progress Report

Publication Date: 2017


Product Details

Attēmo objectively helps to take the guess work out of identifying attentional and behavioral disorders so that the practitioner can focus on developing and implementing a treatment plan. A downloadable app administered on an iPad, it assesses key neurobehavioral parameters related to brain function in attentional and behavioral disorders. Attēmo is accurate and reliable, providing objective, quantifiable data to inform decision making.

Attēmo Benefits

  • Objective data
  • Convenient and adaptable to many practice environments
  • Family friendly reports
  • Demonstrated reliability, validity, sensitivity and specificity
  • Cost effective for any practice

Current ADHD Assessment Tools

Traditionally, ADHD diagnoses have been based on interviews with parents, relatives, teachers and/or the student, and are often combined with questionnaires, rating scales or Continuous Performance Tests (CPTs). However, the clinical presentation of ADHD is variable, the symptoms are situational, and the degree to which a patient exhibits them may be observed and interpreted differently by various observers.1

Attēmo Compared to Traditional CPTs

Attēmo surpasses the value of traditional CPTs by looking at neurobehavioral issues beyond average attention. It also evaluates impulsivity, motor efficiency and ability to inhibit a response, as well as looking at sustained attention dynamically as it fluctuates during the course of the evaluation. In contrast to standard rating scales, Attēmo quantitatively measures direct observation of key behaviors rather than relying on the potential subjectivity or bias that may be evident in third party reporting. For more information call 877-246-2397

1 Gualtieri CT, Johnson LG. ADHD: is objective diagnosis possible? Psychiatry. 2005;2(11):44-53.

Pricing & Ordering

Order the Attēmo starter kit and report usages using our convenient order form.

Beginning January 18, 2019, we will accept orders from current Attemo customers only.

For more information call 877-246-2397 or email

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