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Questions for 16 months to 3 year old

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Have you ever wondered if your child might be deaf?

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Does your child engage in pretend play? (Eg, pretend to cook from a toy cooking set, drink from an empty cup, pretend to talk on a phone, or pretend to feed a doll or stuffed toy?)

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Does your child talk, laugh or cry to himself or herself out of context?

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Does your child make unusual finger or hand movements near his or her eyes?

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Is your child interested in other children? (Eg, does your child watch other children, or initiate play?)

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Does your child show you things by bringing them to you – it is not to get help from you, but to share?

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Does your child respond to his or her name?

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Does your child smile back at you after you smile to him or her?

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Does your child look you in the eye when you are talking or engaging him or her?

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Does your child try to imitate what you do? (eg waving and clapping)

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Does your child point to, request for or show you something interesting using his index finger?

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Does your child look at the direction that you are pointing after you manage to get his or her attention?

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Does your child get upset or affected by certain noises? (eg. Vacuum clearner, hair dryer or hand dryer)

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Does your child try to copy what you do?

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Does your child follow through the basic instructions that tell him or her? (eg. “Stand up”, “come here” or “bring me the ball”)

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Does your child look at you when something interesting happen?

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Is your child talking yet?

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Does your child appear to be overly interested in spinning objects?

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Does your child tend to arrange things and gets upset or insist to put things back to its original position if you do not allow him or her to?

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Does your child get overly upset or overly interested to be in touch with certain sensory items or activities (eg. Hair cut, wearing of cap, walking bare foot on sand)

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Your child does not have autistic tendencies when compared to population average Your child’s score suggests that they may experience the common traits associated with autism spectrum disorder compared to the average population The scores from this preliminary test does necessarily mean your child has/does not have autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive. You might want to think about whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.

At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours.

Booking a consultation is easy, simply contact us here with your details and will usually be in touch with you within the hour.

Your child has low risk autistic tendencies when compared to the population average Your child’s score suggests that they experience some common traits associated with autism spectrum disorder when compared to the average population The scores from this preliminary test does not necessarily mean your child has/does not have autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive.

You might want to think about whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child.
We suggest your family seek out professional help to better understand the root of your child’s behaviours.

 

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.

At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours.

Booking a consultation is easy, simply contact us here with your details and will usually be in touch with you within the hour.

Your child has above average autistic tendencies when compared to the population average Your child’s score suggests that they experience an above average amount of the common traits associated with autism spectrum disorder when compared to the average population
The scores from this preliminary test does not necessarily mean your child has/does not have autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive.

You might want to think about whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child.

We suggest your family seek out professional help to better understand the root of your child’s behaviours.

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.

At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours.

Booking a consultation is easy, simply contact us here with your details and will usually be in touch with you within the hour.

Your child has slight autistic tendencies when compared to the population average
Your child’s score suggests that they experience slightly more of the common traits associated with
autism spectrum disorder when compared to the average population
The scores from this preliminary test does not necessarily mean your child has/does not have
autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive. You might want to think about
whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child

 

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder
diagnosis. At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to
know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours. Booking a consultation is
easy, simply contact us here [hyperlink to contact page] with your details and will usually be in touch
with you within the hour.

Your child has slight autistic tendencies when compared to the population average Your child’s score suggests that they experience slightly more of the common traits associated with autism spectrum disorder when compared to the average population The scores from this preliminary test does not necessarily mean your child has/does not have autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive.

You might want to think about whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.

At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours.

Booking a consultation is easy, simply contact us here with your details and will usually be in touch with you within the hour.

Your child has strong autistic tendencies when compared to the population average Your child’s score suggests that they experience many of the common traits associated with autism spectrum disorder when compared to the average population The scores from this preliminary test does not necessarily mean your child has/does not have autism, as the autism diagnosis process is far more comprehensive.

You might want to think about whether a full diagnosis could be helpful for you and your child.

We suggest your family seek out professional help to better understand the root of your child’s behaviours.

 

What should I do now?

This preliminary test is not a formal tool to diagnose or rule out an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.

At AutismSTEP, our licensed behaviour consultants can perform an assessment to get to know your child better and deliver tailored insight into their behaviours.

Booking a consultation is easy, simply contact us here with your details and will usually be in touch with you within the hour.

What’s next?
 

Ultimately, it’s your decision. Something about 20-questions are not enough to diagnose your child, but they’re the first step of the entire process. Talk to us, and we’ll talk to you, talk to your child, get to know them better. We can decide the best course from there.

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