Asperger's syndrome quiz for parents

Crystal
2019-10-17 18:59:42
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Asperger's syndrome quiz for parents
Asperger's syndrome is a lifetime disorder characterized by difficulties in social communication, perception of the world around. As distinct from autism, people with this disorder retain the ability to communicate at the intellectual level. Answer the questions to find out whether your child has the symptoms of Asperger's syndrome. This test doesn't replace medical diagnostics.

Is it easy for your child to establish friendly relations?

Yes, he/she has a lot of friends at kindergarten/school/hobby group

There are one or two children he/she can name his/her friend

No, you can't tell that he/she is friends with someone

Does your child have an unusual speech?

When your child appears in the group of other children or adults, how does he/she react?

How does the child use gestures?

Mimics and hands are very active

You can't say that his/her gestures are expressive

The child almost doesn't use gestures

The child has specific recurrent rituals he/she doesn't want to change (eats only from the same plate, puts red blocks only on yellow ones, etc.).

Assess how much your child likes loneliness.

How are things with his/her imagination?

She/he easily imagine, can fantasize

It depends

Not good

Is the child able to understand the feelings of other people and animals?

Is the child able to follow the rules of decorum - to say hello, thanks, please?

Assess the hand movements of your child

Does your child have limited, fixated interests?

Interests change over time

He/she has something he/she likes to do most of all, but sometimes he/she switches to other games

Interests are monotonous - does only puzzles or draws only planes

Your child has a little trouble with physical exercises, there are problems with coordination

Assess how easily your child understands jokes

Does the child sometimes have an inadequate emotional reaction?

Does the child react to gestures from other people?

Yes, react to addressing and smiling

It depends on the mood

No, doesn't react to eye contact or smile

Most likely, your child doesn’t suffer from this disease!

Your child can or learns to communicate, able to express emotions and empathy, the range of his/her interests is quite diverse, that's why you hardly should worry with respect to Asperger's syndrome. We wish you family well-being! Share the quiz result to let your friends check themselves too :)

Most likely, your child is an introvert

Probably, your child prone to reflection and likes loneliness. Perhaps, he/she's an introvert. If you bother, a specialist's consultation will help you to figure out. We wish you family well-being! Share the quiz result to let your friends check themselves too :)

Probably, you need to take a closer look

Based on your answers, your child has coincidences with some symptoms. However, only a doctor can say for sure. If your child's behavior bothers you, a specialist's consultation will help you to figure out. We wish you family well-being! Share the quiz result to let your friends check themselves too :)