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Checklist for Autism in Toddlers

Checklist for Autism in Toddlers- CHAT

THE CHAT
To be used by GPs or Health Visitors during the 18 month developmental check-up.
Child’s name:................................. Date of birth:............... Age:................
Child’s address:................................................. Phone number: ................
SECTION A: ASK PARENT:

 

1. Does your child enjoy being swung‚ bounced on your knee‚ etc?
YES
NO
2. Does your child take an interest in other children?
YES
NO
3. Does your child like climbing on things‚ such as up stairs?
YES
NO
4. Does your child enjoy playing peek-a-boo/hide-and-seek?
YES
NO
5. Does your child ever PRETEND‚ for example‚ to make a cup of tea using a toy cup and teapot‚ or pretend other things?
YES
NO
6. Does your child ever use his/her index finger to point‚ to ASK for something?
YES
NO
7. Does your child ever use his/her index finger to point‚ to indicate INTEREST in something?
YES
NO
8. Can your child play properly with small toys (eg. cars or bricks) without just mouthing‚ fiddling or dr‎opping them?
YES
NO
9. Does your child ever bring objects over to you (parent) to SHOW you something?
YES
NO

SECTION B: GP OR HV OBSERVATION:

 

i. During the appointment‚ has the child made eye contact with you?
YES
NO
ii. Get child’s attention‚ then point across the room at an interesting object and say “Oh look! There’s a (name of toy)!” Watch child’s face. Does the child look across to see what you are pointing at?
YES
NO*
iii. Get the child’s attention‚ then give child a miniature toy cup and teapot and say “Can you make a cup of tea?” Does the child pretend to pour out tea‚ drink it‚ etc?
YES
NO**
iv. Say to the child “Where’s the light?”‚ or “Show me the light”. Does the child POINT with his/her index finger at the light?
YES
NO***
v. Can the child build a tower of bricks? (If so how many?)
(Number of bricks:.............)
YES
NO

* (To record YES on this item‚ ensure the child has not simply looked at your hand‚ but has actually looked at the object you are pointing at.)
** (If you can elicit an example of pretending in some other game‚ score a YES on this item.)
*** (Repeat this with “Where’s the teddy?” or some other unreachable object‚ if child does not understand the word “light”. To record YES on this item‚ the child must have looked up at your face around the time of pointing.)
© MRC/SBC 1995

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