THIS IS A COMPUTER ADAPTIVE AUTISM TEST FOR TODDLERS & PRESCHOOLERS
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Important to Note...
This checklist based Autism Test for Toddlers has been developed keeping in mind the evaluation criteria set by Autism Research Center and should be used only for indicative purposes. The outcome of this test is purely suggestive and must not be, under any circumstances, be equated as definitive evidence on the presence or absence of autism in your toddler. For a detailed diagnosis, please consult a certified pediatrician.
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The Questions that you were asked during this Autism Test for Toddlers
Note: You just participated in a computer adaptive Autism Quiz for toddlers. Our intelligent algorithm selects only a subset of questions from a large question bank, based on your answers to the previous questions. For this particular session, the following questions were asked.
Date the test was taken:
This section tries to assess your child's observation and cognitive skills. The questions here apply to all ages. All questions are mandatory.
QUESTION1: Your toddler usually looks at you when you call by his/her name
QUESTION2: Your toddler usually makes eye contact when engaged in a conversation
QUESTION3: How long, do you think, your toddler usually spends looking at a spinning object?
QUESTION 4: If you point at something, your toddler is usually able to follow where you are looking, or where you are pointing
QUESTION 5: Does your toddler make unusual finger movements in front of his/her eyes?
QUESTION 6: How would your rate your child's sensitivity to noise?
The aim of this section is to score your child's communication skills. Some questions will automatically show/hide based on your child's age. For example, certain questions may apply for 3 year olds but not a 2 year old child.
QUESTION 12:You and immediate family members can easily understand what your toddler may be trying to say (even though s/he may not have fully developed speech skills yet)
QUESTION 13:Your toddler is adept at using sign language to point out what s/he wants
QUESTION 14:The best way to describe YOUR emotion when you heard your toddler's first few words would be?
QUESTION 15:Does your toddler have a habit of repeating words exactly the way they are told?
Miscellaneous Questions on Autism Test for Toddlers
The questions asked in this section are used to fine tune the score accuracy.
QUESTION 26:Rate, in the order of preference, how your child wants to spend his/her free time.
QUESTION 27:Which of these emoticons best describe your child's usual mood?
QUESTION 28:Is your child toilet trained yet?
QUESTION 29:How would you rate your toilet training experience?
QUESTION 29:Why not yet toilet trained?
The next 2 questions are optional. For legal and privacy reasons, we can not force you enter the age and gender of your child but providing this information with help us display targeted question and provide you with a more accurate score.
If you are not comfortable answering these questions, just select "Prefer not to say" and move on to the next sections.
Child's Age? Used for score calculation as degree of symptoms vary with age.
Child's Gender? Used for score calculation as boys are 3 times more likely to have autism than girls.
Why a Paid Test?
You would be paying a token $1.99 for, what is the most sophisticated Autism scoring tool available online. The analytical report that you will get would be similar in quality to what most Preliminary Diagnostic Agencies in U.S. would charge upwards of $300.
The $1.99 includes:
☑︎ A detailed report on, what we believe is the Autism Quotient of your child + next steps
☑︎ Email copy of your report + Printer-friendly on screen layout
☑︎ Trackback link that allows you/your health practitioner access to your report for next 30 days
☑︎ Understanding of where your child displays autistic syndromes and where not
☑︎ Explanation of how our score is calculated - we hide nothing
☑︎ A small royalty for our assessors who continually monitor and upgrade the tests
Still, if you are not fully satisfied, we will process you a refund within 7 days.
This section evaluates the social skills that your child has developed so far. Scoring is weighted based on the age of your child.
QUESTION 7:Your toddler points at things to share what s/he might find interesting
QUESTION 8:Your toddler can usually understand if you or someone in the immediate family (your partner, siblings, etc) is visibly upset and s/he attempts to comfort you (or the other member)
QUESTION 9: Your toddler is usually good at interpreting simple gestures and would return the same
QUESTION 10: Your toddler spontaneously looks at you when faced with an unfamiliar situation
Is your child LESS than 3 years old? Some questions are not applicable for children < 3 years of age. We will hide them automatically for you. QUESTION 11:Your toddler's approximate vocabulary size [number of words your child can say] would be closest to which of the following.
Behavior and Sensory & Skills
This area of evaluation targets the sensory functions, behavioral patters and the motor skills that your child has. Scores are weighted based on the age of your toddler.
QUESTION 16:Your toddler always like to line up his/her toys, or arrange them in 'a' specific order, every time
QUESTION 17:Your toddler is usually good at pretending while playing
QUESTION 18:Your toddler has a habit of licking unusual objects or sniffing at things
QUESTION 19:Your toddler is usually good at using her hands in the right way when s/he needs to do something
QUESTION 20:Does your child Tiptoe and/or Hand flap?
QUESTION 21:How does your child react when there is a sudden change in plan or things are out of usual space?
QUESTION 22:Your toddler has an odd habit of doing the same thing over and over again
QUESTION 23:For how long is your toddler's interest maintained in just one or two objects that s/he can't seem to get his/her mind off
QUESTION 24:Your toddler enjoys to spend a lot of time twiddling objects repeatedly
QUESTION 25:Your toddler spends time staring at something (or nothing) for too long without any apparent reason