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

Instructions: Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among children who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 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.

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Does your child speak very little and give unrelated answers to questions?
Does your child not respond to their name or avoid eye contact?
Does your child not engage in games of pretend with other children?
Does your child struggle to understand other people’s feelings?
Is your child easily upset by small changes?
Does your child have obsessive interests?
Is your child over or under-sensitive to smells, tastes, or touch?
Does your child struggle to socialize with other children?
Does your child avoid physical contact?
Does your child show little awareness of dangerous situations?

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If you think you or someone you care about may be suffering from autism or any other mental health condition, strongly recommends that you seek help from a mental health professional in order to receive a proper diagnosis and support. For those in crisis, we have compiled a list of resources (some even offer free or low-cost support) where you may be able to find additional help at:​

Last Updated: Oct 21, 2019