web stats analysis

HealthStuff

Health Information, Nutrition, Fitness, News.

HealthStuff

Health Information, Nutrition, Fitness, News.

in

3 Minute Childhood Asperger Syndrome Test. Get Instant Results

Childhood Asperger Syndrome

Are you worried your child may have Asperger Syndrome (also known as high-functioning Autism)? Take this test to say if they are exhibiting symptoms common among kids on the Autism Spectrum

 

Answer the quiz questions below to see if your child could have Asperger syndrome.

Instructions: Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among children with Asperger syndrome. Please read each question carefully, and indicate how often your child has experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few months. Please be aware that some behaviors are developmentally appropriate for your young child and are not signs of autism.

Your privacy is important to us. All results are completely anonymous.

  • Question of

    Does your child have limited social interactions or inappropriate ones?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child engage in repetitive or robotic speech?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child have average or above average verbal skills but struggle to understand nonverbal communication?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child engage in awkward mannerisms or movements?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child obsess over unusual subjects?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child struggle to return eye contact or maintain a back-and-forth conversation?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Does your child struggle to understand social or emotional dynamics?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often
  • Question of

    Is your child more likely to discuss self than other people?

    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very Often

Written by Rebecca Marie

Writing to discover myself, writing to discover others, writing to make a difference. It’s about words — the beauty they evoke when strung together in a certain sequence, and the healing they offer when shared honestly.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0
3 Minute Low Self-Esteem Test & Screening. Get Instant Results 1

3 Minute Low Self-Esteem Test & Screening. Get Instant Results

Suicidal Tendencies

Suicidal Tendencies and How to prevent suicide

Back to Top

Ad Blocker Detected!

We do not use any popup or annoying ads. Thank you.

Refresh

Log In

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

To use social login you have to agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.