Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among children with Asperger syndrome, a less severe form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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 young children and not signs of autism.

This quiz is NOT a diagnostic tool. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed by a licensed mental health professional or doctor.

Psycom believes assessments can be a valuable first step toward getting treatment. All too often people stop short of seeking help out of fear their concerns aren't legitimate or severe enough to warrant professional intervention.

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

Does your child keep to him or herself, and generally have little interest in being social?
Does your child pursue friendships, but is socially awkward and/or "doesn't know what to do" to maintain the interaction?
Does your child have difficulty during social interactions (i.e. monopolizes conversations, doesn't pick up on social cues, bossy, etc.)?
Does your child exhibit repetitive or robotic speech?
Does your child struggle to understand non-verbal communication despite having good verbal skills?
Does your child engage in awkward mannerisms or repetitive movements (hand-flapping or toe-walking, for example)?
Does your child obsess over topics, interests, or fears?
Does your child have difficulty maintaining eye contact?
Does your child have difficulty maintaining a back-and-forth, on-topic conversation?
Does your child struggle to control his or her emotions (for example, is easily set-off by minor frustrations)?
Does your child repeat lines from shows and movies in a repetitive fashion?

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Last Updated: Jan 13, 2021