A risk calculator to predict ADHD in young adulthood

Disclaimer

This calculator will only provide accurate estimations for children aged less than 12 years old living in the UK or in the US. There is evidence for accurate prediction until 40% in population-based (nonclinical) samples and up to 70% in clinical samples. It showed low accuracy for children living in Brazil, and has not been tested in other countries.
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Instructions

Please provide information related to a given child aged less than 12 years old. Try to be as accurate as possible.
Number of ADHD symptoms: The sum of positive DSM-5 ADHD symptoms (from 0 to 18).
Intelligence quotient: The estimated IQ of the child evaluated by a proper instrument (eg, the Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children).
Evidence of maltreatment: A clinical estimation of the probability of maltreatment (none, probable or severe) considering the possibilities of spanking, yelling or severe harsh parenting.
Social class: An estimation of the wealthness of the child’s family in relation to the population.
Presence of Oppositional Defiant Disorder or Conduct Disorder: Inform if the child has criteria for a DSM-5 diagnosis of ODD or CD.
Raised by a single parent family: Positive if only one of the parents lives at the child’s home.
Any evidence of depression of the mother: Positive if the mother reports any previous depressive episode during the child’s life or if she is currently depressed by DSM-5 criteria.