The Addhere Platform uses the most modern Technologies to support
the diagnosis of ADHD. Our Artificial Intelligence algorithm is always improving
the models and increasing the accuracy of the results.
5% of the world’s population has ADHD
Individuals with ADHD encounter difficulties both in school and in the workplace and difficulties in establishing and maintaining relationships. With ADDHERE we can improve the ADHD diagnosis and ensure support for health professionals, parents and schools.

Health Professionals

More accurate diagnosis, provide better clarification for all contexts of the individual (health, home, work, school).


Assist in conducting the day-by-day life of a individual with ADHD; resolve comorbidities and complications, have more resolution, give a qualified opinion.

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Refer the children who really need it, organise the activities for each child respecting their individual needs.


Promote the individual and educational growth of all students, have more qualified teachers for the care of all, choose pedagogical strategies that include the growth of all, plan activities in a prepared and supported way.

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Have a reliable source of information, explain to the school the basic steps to improve the child’s learning process, better understanding what it means to have ADHD and how to deal with the child.

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Ability to prepare to promote appropriate answers to the child’s development, feel supported by a traditional and scientifically committed team, have more elements to train the world about the child.

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Declaration: ADHD Specialist

Dra. Débora Miranda

Pediatrician, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, MBA in Health Management from FGV, Master and PhD in Biological Sciences from UFMG. She was a fellow at Toronto Western Hospital and had a sabbatical at the Royal Children Hospital in Melborne. Founder of Newro, she currently cultivates hers MVPs Henrique and Samuel, among others.

“I am writing formally to express my strong endorsement of the Addhere Platform, an innovative digital tool designed for early detection of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in school-age children and its potential utility in broader public health contexts.”

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We use technology blockchain to protect all data and access to medical reports, ensuring privacy, security and reliability on the platform.

100% cloud

All information, calculations and processing is done in the Cloud, highly encrypted to ensure security and stability in the use of the platform.


Our platform has models and algorithms for data interpretation that help diagnosis and increase the results accuracy.


The patient has complete autonomy over access to his information and only he can authorize or deny the use of his data.

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