This test includes questions or scenarios that explore various aspects of social communication, repetitive behaviors, and sensory sensitivities commonly associated with autism. The results aim to provide insights into the likelihood of autism-related characteristics and may serve as an initial screening tool. It's important to note that a comprehensive diagnosis of autism requires a thorough evaluation by qualified healthcare professionals. The results of this test can guide individuals and their families to seek further assessment and support if needed.
Ability to establish and maintain social relationships, understand non-verbal signals, and participate in communication situations.
Verbal and non-verbal communication skills, understanding of language nuances, and the ability to express one's thoughts or feelings.
Presence and intensity of restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, such as stereotyped movements or fixation on certain activities.
Ability to understand the emotions of others, show empathy and engage in emotional situations.
Assessment of preference for a structured environment, ability to adapt to change, and degree of flexibility in thinking and behavior.
Sensitivity and reactions to sensory stimuli, including the processing of visual, auditory, tactile and other sensory information.
An individual's ability to adapt in a school or work environment, including the ability to perform tasks and communicate with others.
The impact of autism on family dynamics and relationships, including family support and understanding.
Achievement of key developmental milestones at different stages of life, including motor and cognitive development.
Relationship of autism to physical and mental health, including possible comorbidities and impacts on the overall condition of the individual.
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