June 30, 2016

CADDS

Technology Solutions of Michigan, located in Kalamazoo, designed the web application for CADDS.
Technology Solutions of Michigan, located in Kalamazoo, designed the web application for CADDS.
Technology Solutions of Michigan, located in Kalamazoo, designed the web application for CADDS.
Technology Solutions of Michigan, located in Kalamazoo, designed the web application for CADDS.

CADDS is an online ADHD testing tool that combines audio, visual and timing components to test the students ability to concentrate. The CADDS tool was originally a paper test administered by a psychologist. We converted this to a web based tool using only html components to ensure maximum compatibility and ease of use. The users of the system can store test results, students, and pay for additional tests from within the system.

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