[Self-Test] Autism Spectrum Disorder in Adults
Are you worried that your trouble making friends, adapting to life’s changes, and fitting in is something more? Take this autism test for adults and share the results with a health professional for evaluation.
Reviewed by John Harrington, M.D.
Awareness of autism has grown dramatically in recent years, which reflects both an increase in diagnoses and in the public’s understanding that, even late in life, a diagnosis can offer major benefits and relief. If you recognize yourself or a loved one in the following descriptions of ASD in daily life, make an appointment with a health care professional to discuss an evaluation test for autism.
Adapted from the Autism Spectrum Screening Questionnaire (ASSQ) designed to screen the possibility of ASD, and is for personal use only. This is not a diagnostic tool. An accurate diagnosis can only be made through clinical evaluation. This autism self-test is for personal use only.
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