Revolutionizing ADHD Care
Everyone deserves to focus
Changing how ADHD is perceived and treated.
10% of the population has ADHD.
Today, clinicians are blindfolded when it comes to finding the best treatment for ADHD.
iFocus is removing the blindfold!
iFocus is using eye-tracking technology combined with a proprietary AI algorithm to provide data-based treatment efficacy measures.
Solving ADHD one person at a time-
For us, it's personal.
iFocus Health provides parents and clinicians a real-time, at-home, objective measurement of ADHD treatment efficacy using eye-tracking technology and a proprietary AI algorithm. We enable for the first time data-driven ADHD treatment and relieve parents from the need to make medical decisions they are not equipped to make.
Currently, when a patient is diagnosed with ADHD there is no objective way to know if the treatment is working. Clinicians rely on subjective feedback from parents, teachers, and patients. Parents find themselves making clinical decisions they do not have the knowledge to make.
As a result, 60% of children drop treatment!
iFocus Health is enabling for the first time ADHD progress measurement using only the webcam on the patient's computer. We are tracking eye movements during daily activities (such as reading) and using our proprietary AI algorithm to provide clinicians with the information they need to make data-driven treatment decisions.
The iFocus Team
Get to Know Us
Our passion for creating meaningful change for clients is what sets us apart.
The iFocus team believes in the potential of our great idea, and it truly shows in all of our work.
We work tirelessly in order to bring you a better tomorrow, and we’re proud of every single member of staff.
To learn more about the incredible iFocus team, please have a look below.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT iFOCUS
Mother to two kids
I am so in love with your product. Do let us know when the product is finished as I would be very grateful to purchase one.
J.M. Adult with ADHD
My ADHD varies wildly from day to day. Sometimes I can barely get a thing done because I just can’t focus, other times it’s mild and I’m relatively productive. I’m really interested in what it is that makes the difference in how I feel.
I would love to have a tool like this to help my future clients understand their ADHD and treatment options better.
L.D. Graduate student in Counselling Psychology
Adi Diner was interviewed for podcast
iFocus Measures How Well Your ADHD Treatments Work
“Distraction,” hosted by Dr. Edward Hallowell, child and adult psychiatrist, New York Times best-selling author, and leading authority in ADHD, explores how we are driven to distraction and offers coping strategies to turn modern problems into new-found strengths. It’s about insights, strategies and tactics for all, from those who occasionally lose their keys to those who spend hours online to those who wander away from a task – at work, at school, at home, at play – because they got distracted along the way.