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1999, 2001) is available for free download for clinical, research, and educational purposes. org or from Dr. htm. The M-CHAT is validated for screening toddlers between 16 and 30 months of age, to assess risk for ASD. The M-CHAT can be administered and scored as part of a well-child check-up to assess the risk for ASD. The M-CHAT can be scored in less than two minutes. There are 23 items, and children who fail more than three items total or two critical items (particularly if these scores remain elevated after the follow-up interview) should be referred for diagnostic evaluation by a specialist trained to evaluate ASD in very young children.
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The ADI-R employs a semi-structured interview format to elicit the information needed to diagnose autism. , language/communication, reciprocal social interactions, and restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped behaviors and interests). The ADI-R requires a trained interviewer and caregiver familiar with both the developmental history and the current behavior of the child. , 2000) is considered to be part of the “gold standard” in the diagnosis of ASD. The ADOS is a standardized, semi-structured interactive play assessment of social behavior.