Author/s: Brenda Myles, Richard Simpson and Stacey Jones-Bock
Publication year: 2000
Age Range: 5 years to 18 years
Administration: Individual – 10 to 15 minutes
Scoring options: Manual scoring
Quickly identify children who might have Asperger Syndrome
Obtain an AS Quotient that indicates the likelihood that an individual has Asperger Syndrome.
- Speech-language pathologists, therapists, parents, teachers, or siblings answer the 50 yes/no items drawn from five specific areas of behavior: Cognitive, Maladaptive, Language, Social, and Sensorimotor.
- The five subtest scores provide comparative information. The total score identifies individuals with Asperger Syndrome.
- Use the test to document behavioral progress as a result of intervention or to target goals on the student’s IEP.
Manual Scoring – Allows you to administer and score assessments by hand.
Includes examiner’s manual, 50 summary/response forms in storage box